The feasibility study will look into the most suitable cities and routes to deploy air taxis in Southeast Asian cities, evaluate the best use cases for air taxis, and explore the possibility of joint flight tests, among other things.
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A new study by the International Transport Forum has examined safety aspects associated with e-scooters and other micro-vehicles, and has outlined 10 key safety recommendations.
Yssoufou Cisse, Head of UITP Africa Regional Office & Secretary General UATP and Nosipho Pambuka, Managing Executive of the ICT-Works Transport Solutions Business Unit, share their experience of implementing First World systems into the complex and unique infrastructure of the African continent.
The collaboration aims to bring urban air mobility services and platforms to reality in Singapore’s urban environment, with the target to enhance industry productivity and improve the country’s regional connectivity.
Bird has outlined how it is contributing to the City of Paris' shift to 'mandatory parking' which looks to reduce street clutter and improve parking options in the city.
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.
The permit has been granted for the first time since Uber ceased autonomous testing in March 2018 after one of its vehicles was involved in an accident that resulted in the death of a pedestrian.
Bruce McVean, Acting Assistant Director for City Transportation at the City of London Corporation, joins Intelligent Transport for our latest podcast, explaining how the Corporation is endeavouring to make streets within London’s Square Mile cleaner and safer.
A collaborative approach has been taken to the development of the document, with more than 60 organisations and 6,500 people contributing.
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.
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.
The European Commission has approved the increase in state funding for the purchase of electric buses in Germany - in accordance with EU state aid rules - to a total of €650 million.
UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has launched the next UN climate conference COP26, announcing that the UK ban on the sale of petrol or diesel cars is to be brought forward to 2035, or earlier if feasible, and will now include hybrid vehicles.
The legislation states that RTA will monitor the compliance of the concerned parties, certify vehicles that have passed the trial run and then prepare the appropriate infrastructure and logistics.