Dubai has launched the first global network of World Council on City Data (WCCD) Local Data Hub, with the aim of achieving the UN's sustainable objectives on its 2030 agenda, as well as strengthening the role of the cities and communities.
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Sheffield City Council will bid for money from the DfT's ‘Transforming Cities Fund’ which could see £85 million invested in sustainable travel.
The Indian capital has launched a car rationing system called the "odd-even plan" as it attempts to reduce hazardous levels of air pollution.
IRU has published its position on MaaS, calling for improved awareness of the benefits and risks of MaaS relating to governance, costs and data.
Matthias Maedge, IRU’s General Delegate to the EU, explores how innovation is shaping the safety of current and future road systems, and the challenges that must be overcome in order for the industry to progress.
London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) has seen nitrogen dioxide pollution cut by a third in the capital since its introduction in April 2019.
Katy Medlock. Country Manager UK at Getaround, tells Intelligent Transport how providing genuine alternatives to car ownership is contributing to a change in mindset – for both consumers and industry.
Google’s Environmental Insights Explorer (EIE) is a free online tool that is designed to help cities to measure, plan and reduce carbon emissions and pollution.
World mayors pledge to set pollution reduction targets within two years that meet or exceed national commitments.
Intelligent Transport spoke to Mikkel Krogsgaard Niss, from the City of Copenhagen Centre for Urban Development, about the current and future agenda of Copenhagen's mobility network.
Ten other EU member counties have supported the Danish proposal to ban diesel and petrol car sales by 2040.
Currently, anyone riding an e-scooter in a UK public place could be subject to a £300 fixed-penalty notice and six points on their driving licence.
The Better Buses Action Plan commits to increasing citywide bus speeds by 25 per cent by the end of 2020, in the hope that this will lead to ridership increases of the already 2 million daily bus trips in New York.
The Transport-Technology Research and Innovation Grant (T-TRIG) is available for entrepreneurs and innovators pioneering new ways of creating a better transport system.
The One Planet, One Plan Campaign from UITP aims to better promote the use of public transport to help tackle the climate crisis.