Researchers have found that, on average, women are 10 per cent more likely than men to feel unsafe on metro trains and six per cent more likely than men to feel unsafe on buses.
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UITP has joined forces with other major transportation associations to issue an Open Letter to the European Commission calling for ongoing support of the public transport sector, in order to ensure its integrity in the future.
The living labs participating in the ECCENTRIC project are Stockholm, Turku, Madrid, Munich and Ruse.
Helsinki recently recorded zero pedestrian fatalities in 2019, attributed to the city’s efficient safety regulations and priorities. Here, Jussi Yli-Seppälä, Transport System Unit of the City of Helsinki, explains how the Finnish capital reached this important milestone
The Partnership for Urban Mobility is one of the partnership-agreed priority themes of the Urban Agenda for the EU.
The Centre for London report claims that parking spaces in London should be redesigned so that EVs, cycling, walking and green spaces are prioritised.
Carrie Armstrong, Partner at Addleshaw Goddard, discusses how there is an urgent need for a coordinated policy framework - in and out of the transport sector - in order for Scotland to reach its climate goals.
The e-scooter trials will initially take place in four “future transport zones”: Portsmouth and Southampton; the West of England Combined Authority (WECA); Derby and Nottingham; and the West Midlands.
The pilot will be carried out by EHang, a Chinese autonomous aerial vehicle (AAV) technology platform company.
The new toolkit proposed in the Bus Services (Wales) Bill includes new powers for councils to franchise bus services on routes, and is said to pave the way for local authorities to run their own bus companies.
The Life Cycle Assessment is said to provide a case study of how e-scooters are being used in European cities, and how their adoption rates are impacting city life.
The call for evidence focuses on three primary areas: micromobility vehicles, flexible bus services and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS).
The UK government is set to consult on proposals in the summer designed to improve the lives of people with mobility or sight impairments, as well as parents with prams.
The Welsh government is to establish a new working group to encourage more women and underrepresented groups to consider a career in transport.
Recently appointed UK Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has delivered his first Budget in the House of Commons, announcing the government's tax and spending plans for the year ahead.