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The UK Government-backed project will test its autonomous vehicles on Birmingham’s busy road network as it looks to advance driverless technology in the UK.
Transit agencies have been crucial in providing citizens across the US with transit to and from their vaccine appointments, often free of charge.
Virgin Hyperloop CEO Josh Giegel explains why hyperloop technology can change the way we travel forever, and reveals an increased receptiveness to the new mode of transport at a hearing he testified at last month.
Sheffield’s politicians have their eye on a shake-up of the city’s bus network, with new bus shelters and electric vehicles in the planned bid to be submitted.
TfL’s scooter trial begins today, with Londoners able to rent Lime, Dott, and TIER vehicles in select areas of the capital.
Aleksandr Polyakov explains how intelligent transport systems (ITS) recently rolled out from Moscow are not only making Tula’s streets safer, but also decreasing the amount of traffic and congestion in the Russian city.
The 57th Street station is now fully accessible, and becomes the 12th accessibility project completed by New York’s MTA in the past year and a half.
The DfT has agreed a new funding package for TfL, yet it has laid out strict conditions that London’s transport operator will need to fulfil in return for the much-needed cash injection.
The new project would see an 18-mile BRT line run from North Hollywood and Pasadena in a bid to better connect communities in northern Los Angeles.
The study shows that e-scooter use is most likely to be highest when transfer and walking time between transit journeys is the longest, with e-scooters providing valuable last-mile benefits.
One of Moscow’s famous metro trains has received a new paint job from local street artists in the Russian capital, with passengers getting the final say on the future of the new model.