In a joint project between public transport operators, the National Entitlement Card Programme Office, Young Scot and Transport Scotland, all 16 types of public transport smartcards can now be used between transport modes.
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With around 50 per cent of public transport journeys made on buses, this funding aims to ensure that all passengers can board more buses with greater confidence, knowing where they are and when to get off.
In a world where urban travel information is becoming ubiquitous, are third-party developers being marginalised, leading to fewer choices for end users? Paul Harrington, Owner of YourStop, explains why open data might not be as open as it seems.
IoTSWC (IoT Solutions World Congress), the international flagship bringing together more than 350 exhibitors, including suppliers of IoT, AI and blockchain solutions, will host a congress with over 300 speakers who will discuss the benefits of digitalisation and analyse the challenges and new implications opening up in this era of…
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.
Figures reveal that MTA ridership has increased across subways, buses, LIRR and Metro-North, with on-time performance improving across the board.
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.
The Liverpool City Region has set a target to become zero carbon by 2040, with schemes to support walking and cycling initiatives having already cut carbon emissions in the city region by 1600 tonnes per year.
Crowd-sourced road and traffic data from Waze is to be used by transport authorities to analyse and plan the future of transport.
The system replaces the need to purchase a paper ticket or to notify the driver of a destination.
It is estimated that there are 11 million people who are deaf or have a hearing loss in the UK, many of whom use public transport in London.
Only 2 per cent of registered vehicles in the UK were low emission in 2018, according to a Department for Transport report.
Despite more fuel-efficient and cleaner vehicles, greenhouse gas emissions from road transport in the UK have continued to increase for the past 30 years due to an increase in traffic.