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New statistics from the Department for Transport (DfT) suggests electric vehicles are on the rise, as more and more motorist turn away from fossil-fuel power towards greener cars.
Finland is embracing tap-to-pay on transport in two of its biggest cities as contactless payments in Nordic countries continue to thrive.
Moscow Metro has announced the construction of another metro line, which the authority hopes will drastically reduce journey times for the residents of certain districts.
The MBTA will commit to funding the Transit Priority Group for another year, as it looks to improve bus travel in Boston through bus lanes and signal priority.
Dubai’s RTA and financial company Visa will work together to improve Dubai’s ticketing system and make it easier for passengers to pay for their travel.
Self-driving cars could be seen on the UK’s motorways this year as the DfT looks set to allow new automated technology to be used in slow moving traffic.
FirstGroup has entered into discussions to sell the US divisions of its business to investment firm EQT Infrastructure.
The USDOT has sought to withdraw a rule that would have made it harder for individual states to set their own climate goals.
Dr Martin Kagerbauer and Christian Klinkhardt explain the thinking behind the new autonomous bus trial underway in Germany and explain what the next steps for the project are.
The restructuring of the US Department of Transportation continues after the election of President Biden with the appointment of another senior member of staff.
The Long Island Rail Road will test battery-powered trains on a shot branch of its network, with a view to rolling the technology out more widely if it is successful.
Hong Kong’s Octopus transit card is set to be rolled out across mainland China, offering users the means to pay for travel with one card in hundreds of cities.