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Intelligent Transport's Leah Hockley is joined by Osborne Clarke's Dr Karla Klasen and Dr Alexander Dlouhy to discuss the legal challenges of delivering e-mobility in the first of a three-episode video miniseries in partnership with the international law firm.
“It’s my job to get what they’ve been promised”: An interview with the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham
The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin to discuss whether the region’s public transport network is fit for purpose and to outline what needs to be done to 'level up' the network.
Steve Pyer, UK & Ireland Country Manager at Spin, sat down with Leah Hockley, Deputy Editor of Intelligent Transport, to consider the role of e-scooters in expanding the public transport offering, and discuss how their surging popularity has been accelerated by the pandemic.
By expanding the Ultra Low Emission Zone, which is now 18 times the size of the original central London zone, the Mayor of London hopes to significantly improve air quality and Londoners' health.
The report highlights the importance of good transport networks in the North of England, and examines how the shift in working habits has changed the way transport is used by commuters.
Irish operator Zipp Mobility has welcomed the Government of Ireland's newly published Road Traffic and Roads Bill 2021, which opens the door for micro-mobility in Ireland.
The green bonds have been live on the Moscow Stock Exchange since May 2021 and have already helped to build a new station on the city’s Big Circle Line.
The funding will help to plug the gap between the additional cost of running services as a result of COVID-19, and decreased ticket revenue collected by bus operators.
The reopening of Line 12 means Madrid’s southern suburbs are reconnected to the city’s main metro network, with the works reportedly improving train speeds and journey times.
The CTA’s decision has proved controversial among some transit unions, but the authority has insisted it does not want to fire anyone.
Is micromobility the solution to getting people back on public transport in London? Josh Cottell, Research Manager at Centre for London, investigates...
King County Metro says it will be measuring who is impacted by the new measures, to ensure that it does not “perpetuate inequities” as a result of the additional staff being deployed.