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In this webinar, Motorola Solutions will discuss their COVID-19 Response technologies that can help Prevent, Protect and Respond to the spread of COVID-19.
The partnership aims to help students progress in their fields and be able to address real-world cyber-security and transit challenges that WMATA is facing today.
The move is said to be part of RTA’s continued efforts to enhance the implementation of precautionary measures taken to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The new standards, which local authorities will be expected to implement, are designed to improve consistency in the taxi licensing system.
How bus operators can react and adapt to the ‘new normal’ using the latest tools and technologies.
The #WhatsMyName Foundation’s goal is to educate college students about rideshare safety best practices to prevent future tragedies from occurring.
A consortium of industry, government and academia has explored the feasibility of creating a UK cyber-security ‘Centre of Excellence’ to better deal with cyber threats in mobility.
Lime has launched a new zone detection technology that rapidly informs riders of safety information in relation to their geographical location.
The three winning projects will trial new ways of using data generated by transport in towns and cities to improve driving conditions.
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.