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Singapore's Ministry of Transport has accepted recommendations from the Active Mobility Advisory Panel (AMAP) that aim to improve the safety of e-scooter riders, as well as members of the public.
Electricity North West (ENW), Western Power Distribution (WPS) and Ricardo have partnered to find a new way of delivering rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging hubs through the DC Share latent electricity trial.
The software, which until now is said to have been used to analyse and accommodate movement of motor vehicles, aims to simulate accurate real-life movements of cyclists.
Cross River Partnership’s Clean Air Villages programme aims to encourage small businesses based locally in Brixton to start sharing a greener and cleaner electric van with other local businesses.
The Plugged-In Households Grant Fund scheme is said to offer alternatives to car ownership and affordable access to ultra-low emission vehicles.
A total of 94 projects in 42 states and the District of Columbia will receive funding from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA)’s Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Program.
The DEKRA Micro-Mobility Standard was developed in consultation with experts in vehicle safety, product testing and connectivity.
The partners of the project aim to work together in 2020 to develop policies, put pilots in place and seek other strategies to achieve the targets set out in the Zero Emissions 2028 Roadmap 2.0.
UITP has stated that the promotion of public transport, walking and cycling is the fastest and most cost-efficient way to decarbonise people’s daily mobility.
Closely aligned with the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) 2015 Act, the plan is said to provide clear assurances that the new organisation meets national legislation and policy.
With the addition of Cape Town to its global ridership community, Lime will now offer micromobility services on six continents worldwide.
This is the first year that the grant has included walking projects, with 26 of the 60 projects focusing on walking, designed to connect people with their local communities, learn new skills, get active and improve their physical and mental health.
The Arriva Watford contract will last four years, with the option of a two-year extension. The service aims to reduce the need for private car ownership and provide a more environmentally friendly way to travel.