Konstantin Trofimenko from the Institute of Transport Economics and Transport Policy Studies, part of Moscow’s Higher School of Economics, offers a vision of cities in which all urban transport processes are connected, transparent and digital, and also details the hurdles that have so far prevented such a vision from being…
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Angelo Rao P.E., Manager of Traffic Operations and Parking Services at the Public Works Department of the City of Lakeland, describes how the Florida city has become a “big little town” thanks in no small part to a decade of technological advancement in its transport network.
The CONNECTING project in Ski, Norway looks to progress the removal of on-board operators from autonomous vehicles, instead making the process remote.
In this webinar, Moovit’s Frank Kopas will discuss how agencies can utilize apps as rider engagement tools and gain insights to improve operational plans. Cubic’s Robert Sprogis will provide an overview of how municipalities, transport agencies and operators, and large businesses can leverage rewards and incentives to manage travel behaviour…
The recent extension of the current funding round brings the total investment to date to more than $375 million.
ERTICO was founded in 1991 at the initiative of 15 industry leaders and the European Commission to fill the gap between research and deployment of mobility services on roads.
The latest supplement from Intelligent Transport on how to make transport networks within cities smarter assesses methods for building connected urban environments, and the impact that smart technologies are having on traffic management and people flow across our cities.
HLRS researchers have used supercomputing and VR visualisation to develop comprehensive models of urban environments, designed to support city planning and traffic management.
Angelo Rao, PE, Manager of Traffic Operations & Parking Services at the City of Lakeland, Florida speaks to Intelligent Transport about the challenges of advancing mobility that come with a transitioning car-centric city.
The aim of the Policy Brief was to better understand how new mobility services, such as e-bike sharing schemes, might impact urban streetscapes and city spaces.
Research has revealed how the COVID-19 'lockdown' in the UK has impacted air quality as people stay home and avoid transport, with Edinburgh recording the greatest decrease in NO2 emissions.
In this webinar, HaCon and Siemens Mobility looked at the predominant factors that make MaaS valuable for both users and operators. Having built several successful platforms, its a unique opportunity to look into the success factors of MaaS.
Helsinki recently recorded zero pedestrian fatalities in 2019, attributed to the city’s efficient safety regulations and priorities. Here, Jussi Yli-Seppälä, Transport System Unit of the City of Helsinki, explains how the Finnish capital reached this important milestone
The pilot will be carried out by EHang, a Chinese autonomous aerial vehicle (AAV) technology platform company.
The report proposes a range of safety improvements for micromobility, relating to vehicle design, fleet operation, infrastructure, regulatory enforcement and training, and it proposes future-proof, balanced safety regulations proportional to the risks imposed.