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In a bid to keep every road user safe, from pedestrians to cyclists, Transport Canada has announced funding of $1 million to increase the safety of vulnerable road users.
As cities look to reduce their carbon footprint and increase ease of use for passengers through service integration, Helsinki has become a mobility leader. Reetta Putkonen, Director of Traffic and Street Planning, City of Helsinki, and Ulla Tikkanen, Technical Project Manager, Smart Mobility Systems and Autonomous Driving, Forum Virium Helsinki,…
The loan will help to implement a new intelligent transport system which is hoped reduce congestion across the Guizhou Province and improve the environmental aspects of the region.
Michael Matheson, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity, discusses how Scotland is supporting new transport initiatives to combat climate change.
Google Maps users can now see if a scooter or e-bike is available, where it is located, its cost and how long their intended journey will take.
As 92 per cent of the Metro is already accessible, the target of 100 per cent accessibility by 2024 seems more than possible, but what more needs to change?
A new National Transport Strategy for Scotland that presents a marked change in the approach to transport for the next 20 years has been published for public consultation.
The international event for sustainable mobility solutions released the names of some speakers and the first headline partners supporting the fourth edition taking place on 16 and 17 October at la Grande Halle de la Villette (Paris).
The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is set to invest £13.25 million in the Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge Fund across Scotland, a significant increase in funding from previous years.
TfL has made more than £500,000 available to enable 60 groups across the capital help to encourage Londoners of all backgrounds to walk and cycle.
74 green economy initiatives form part of Dubai's strategy to optimise resources and energy, with a focus on driving public transport with green and sustainably fuelled vehicles.
With a view of reducing personal car use, and improving air quality in the city, the Asian Development Bank is investing over $230 million in quality public transport for Karachi.
ATM Milano intends to be operating no diesel buses by 2030 and they have bought 250 electric buses from Solaris, thought to cost in excess of €192 million. The first batch of 40 buses will be delivered in June 2020.