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Railway staff will be offered lateral flow tests twice a week to help curb the spread of COVID-19 and reassure passengers when they start to return to the railway.
A survey released this International Women’s Day reveals an alarming number of women have been subjected to discriminatory behaviour within the transport industry.
The new Broadstone Depot is located in the north of the Irish capital and will have capacity for 120 buses, as well as plenty of swifts.
Monica Jones will lead the transport authority’s strategy on equity, diversity, and inclusion as it looks to implement policies fit for all Ohioans.
Bus workers in London will walk out over pay and conditions this week as Unite the union accusing RATP of “using the cover of COVID to drive down wages.”
The highest court in the land has told Uber that it now must pay workers a minimum wage and holiday pay just like employees in other industries.
The California city of Turlock has installed air filters among a raft of other measures to keep its bus drivers safe and help reduce air pollution in its buses.
The Moscow Metro has hired its first female drivers after a change of legislation opened the doors to the capital’s women.
According to Ola, the factory will provide around 10,000 jobs and have an initial capacity to manufacture two million electric scooters per year.
The strike has been called over new legislation set to be rolled out by the Greek Government, and a lack of COVID-19 testing.