Transport for Wales (TfW), Keolis and Amey have reached an agreement which will lead to the implementation of a new financing and operational model.
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Despite achieving clean air targets without the need for a Clean Air Zone, Leeds City Council is proposing to voluntarily introduce stricter new targets for local air quality that align with WHO guidelines.
Professors Sergio M. Savaresi and Silvia Strada of Politecnico di Milano detail their latest research into the true affordability of transitioning to e-mobility for the average person, and ask whether European policy makers should reconsider whether public charging infrastructure investment is really key to EV adoption.
Intelligent Transport looks at how the next generation of electric roads plots a path to the future of electrified transportation, with specific focus on Sweden’s Evolution Road project, including contributions from Lund University’s Mats Alaküla and Elonroad AB’s Karin Ebbinghaus.
Bolt's custom-made scooters offer an up to five-year lifespan, are 100 per cent recyclable, and aim to soon be carbon negative.
As a sustainable way to travel in the open air, 500 Lime e-scooters will help reconnect the city as Seattle aims to reopen safely from COVID-19.
£7.21 million of the overall total has been provided through the European Regional Development Fund.
The installation is said to mark a milestone in a station improvements programme being undertaken by GTR, which encompasses more than 230 stations and over 1,000 individual projects.
Green parking spaces, charge points at supermarkets and tourist sites, and batteries that charge in six minutes could all form part of the Government’s plans to accelerate EV uptake.
Uber stated that, by 2040, 100 per cent of journeys in 10,000 cities will take place in zero-emission vehicles, public transit and micromobility.
The awarded projects aim to seek solutions to issues such as climate resilient road surfaces, effective integration of the informal transport sector in cities, and practical solutions to reduce sexual harassment of women and girls on transport.
The projects are being put in place in seven Cheshire East towns as a first phase to improve walking and cycling and improve access to town centres, areas for employment and schools.