The three winning projects will trial new ways of using data generated by transport in towns and cities to improve driving conditions.
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Bird has outlined how it is contributing to the City of Paris' shift to 'mandatory parking' which looks to reduce street clutter and improve parking options in the city.
The technology aims to detect and reduce illegal and unsafe e-scooter riding on pavements, which in turn hopes to provide better information for cities as where to improve infrastructure.
Of those surveyed, almost 20 per cent said it was legal to ride an e-scooter on public roads, 10 per cent said it was legal to ride on the pavement and 32 per cent were not able to answer or said they did not know.
The decision comes after more than £3.6 million is said to be lost every year from fare evasion on New Routemasters London buses.
Meituanbike, formerly known as Mobike, is - by number of bicycles - the world's largest shared bike operator, despite its fleet having become lighter by more than 200,000 bikes in 2019.
Abdullah Yusuf Al Ali, the Executive Director of the licensing institution in the authority, emphasised that testing of these panels confirms the authority’s endeavour to keep on top of the latest technologies, and to support the “Smart City” initiative.
At stations all over the world, fare evaders are often difficult to catch and just as difficult to stop. In Catalonia, however, the implementation of AI-based technology has led to the near-eradication of tailgating at fare gates – Oriol Juncadella i Fortuny, Director of FGC Operadora, the operations division of Ferrocarrils…
The Charter will allegedly adopt similar principles to the Women’s Night Safety Charter in London which is said to have been successful in raising awareness of women’s safety and providing information about what steps can be taken to help improve safety in cities and on transport.
The committee aims to cater to improving the skills of personnel in the sector by exposing them to advanced programmes, ensuring the highest levels of safety and security of various public transport riders.
As the regulator of taxi and private hire services in London, Transport for London (TfL) is required to make a decision on Uber’s fitness and propriety before its current licence expires.
The facial recognition system will divide passengers into groups in order to better understand and manage passenger flow of the Beijing subway system, helping staff to better prioritise security checks.
The move aims to ensure taxi drivers are compliant with the ethical and professional principles of their business, and offers another degree of safety for riders.