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E-scooters were legalised in Germany in June 2019 and are classified as motorised vehicles, meaning that the same drink-driving laws as cars and other vehicles apply.
As our societies become better connected, so too does our transport, bringing about potential cyber-risks that have only recently begun to be exposed. Here, members of the University of South Florida’s 'Enhancing Cybersecurity in Public Transportation' project team explain what operators can do to keep their cyber-physical systems as safe…
The Better Buses Action Plan commits to increasing citywide bus speeds by 25 per cent by the end of 2020, in the hope that this will lead to ridership increases of the already 2 million daily bus trips in New York.
The framework from the United Nations (UN) highlights the need to prioritise public safety when implementing autonomous vehicles in society.
Transport for Grater Manchester has announced the introduction of a new police unit made up of more than 60 police officers which will help keep the travelling public safe.
As patronage on public transport continues to grow, so too do incidents of anti-social behaviour and violence towards transport staff but now Australian public transport operators are taking a stand.
The panic buttons will instantly notify the transport department control center, as well as the bus driver, passengers, and nearby Police Control Vehicle vans
Over 24km of London's roadways have been chosen for the real-world trial of autonomous vehicles within the UK.
Investment in CCTV and IoT across Cape Town is hoped to increase safety and improve passenger experience through monitoring queue lengths and waiting times at taxi and bus ranks.
The money will help ensure congestion management is as effective as possible, whilst giving road users up-to-date information and advice.
The internet of things (IoT) continues to stand as a huge opportunity for a wide range of players across the telecom and technology spectrum.
Car manufacturers will be able to use the recently published standard to demonstrate that they are following the security principles.
Laws are only as strong as their enforcement, therefore TfL and the MPS have launched a new project to help monitor and reduce deaths and injuries on London’s roads.
Following a data breach back in November 2016, which was covered up by Uber for a year, a fine of £385,000 has been served.