To date, Volocopter, which aims to produce the world’s first sustainable and scalable urban air mobility service, has raised total funding of €122 million.
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The USDOT Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) programme invites small business concerns to submit an offer for its Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) SBIR Phase I solicitation.
The three winning projects will trial new ways of using data generated by transport in towns and cities to improve driving conditions.
Government ministers are to meet to discuss new steps to halve road traffic deaths and injuries by 2030.
The project aims to see joint UK and African innovations deployed to solve pressing challenges in Africa’s rapidly growing cities, such as congestion and overcrowded public transport.
UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, said that bus services across the country will be transformed with simpler fares, thousands of new buses, improved routes and higher frequencies.
Commencing in March 2020, the one-year trial will be Melbourne’s first ever dockless e-bike share scheme.
Why should authorities buy into Mobility-as-a-Service? Dr Alastair McInroy, CEO of Technology Scotland, tells Intelligent Transport's Sam Mehmet how MaaS Scotland is looking to provide evidence that MaaS solutions carry more than just the benefit of service integration.
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area and New Zealand, Wisk is an urban air mobility company backed by The Boeing Company and Kitty Hawk Corporation.
The transformation is said to be part of Leeds City Council's goal to improve the attractiveness of walking, cycling and public transport.
Carol Schweiger reflects on 2019 and makes her annual predictions of the technology and mobility trends that look to shape urban transport in the next 12 months.
Precise statistics on accidents have been kept since 1960, and during this time there have been no years in which there were zero pedestrian lives lost in traffic.
Los Angeles and London hope to expand the ‘Innovator Cities’ network to more cities, allowing more communities around the world to benefit from the transport innovation that the collaborative hopes to develop.
The Regional Transport Coordination Centre has been opened in the West Midland to prove a single hub for transport authorities, emergency services and transport operators to manage the network during incidents.