Tortoise has “combined autonomous technology with remote human intervention” as a potential solution to the issue of scooter abandonment.
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Crowd-sourced road and traffic data from Waze is to be used by transport authorities to analyse and plan the future of transport.
The Transport-Technology Research and Innovation Grant (T-TRIG) is available for entrepreneurs and innovators pioneering new ways of creating a better transport system.
Unless ridesharing and alternative transport replaces solo trips by car at a large scale, the impacts on congestion and pollution are predicted to be neutral at best.
Hanoi authorities are planning solutions to increase the use of public transport and reduce the number of individually-used vehicles in the Vietnamese capital.
A new study is said to be the first to assess the health impacts of the new urban planning 'Superblocks' model.
Transport for London (TfL) publishes consultation report revealing public support for lower speeds in central London.
The Ministry of Railways Development (MORD) in Ghana and a Consortium of companies are to carry out a feasibility study on the development of a light-rail system in the suburbs and centre of Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti region in southern Ghana.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced plans to develop a control system for road management in London which will see access to data highlighting potential congestion points.
New report from the National League of Cities (NLC) has concluded that a congestion charge across American cities would help tackle congestion and raise money to upgrade ageing infrastructure.
In competition with Uber, inDriver has launched in Ugandan capital Kampala, giving passengers the freedom to choose their own fares.
Renée Amilcar, Executive Director of Bus Services at Société de transport de Montréal (STM), explains why the best chances of meeting targets for zero-emissions transport lay with embracing all possible modes of shared, sustainable transport – even if that means venturing from public transport.
Arno Kerkhof, UITP’s Bus Transport Unit Leader, explains how a mix of BRT, innovative policy and political drive have the potential to turn the fortunes of the bus sector around.
The transit system connects people around the city and highlights the necessity for such a transportation system for the most vulnerable in society.