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Transport operator Stagecoach says its Optibus software well enable buses to be planned more efficiently and therefore reduce CO2 emissions in the process.
Monica Jones will lead the transport authority’s strategy on equity, diversity, and inclusion as it looks to implement policies fit for all Ohioans.
Nearly 100 per cent of transactions made with Dubai RTA were digital according to the authority, with mobile apps making up a large chunk.
The Chinese city of Guangzhou will deploy autonomous taxis as part of a new MaaS platform during this year’s Chinese New Years festivities.
Cubic’s new suite of products, Umo, will be available to transit agencies as a subscription model similar to that of Netflix or Office 365.
The on-demand transport service is expanding in Arlington to include almost every area of the city, as the Texan city celebrates its “gold standard” transportation model.
Brandon Policicchio of Greater Dayton RTA talks cashless fares, and explains what his authority is doing to make transit accessible for everyone.
Passengers in York can now buy tickets and plan journeys with all of York’s bus operators in one unified travel app.
A panel of public transport and urban mobility experts discuss the work that the industry’s public and private parties need to do to deliver better services through more effective data management and usage.
The statistics might make for worrying reading for operators hoping for a swift return to pre-pandemic levels one vaccines are rolled out.
The Lancaster authority has confirmed that tickets for its buses can be bought on mobile and validated onboard through scanners.
The DfT hopes that the new open data programme will reduce waiting times for buses in the UK and make fares more transparent.
Passengers in Las Vegas will now be able to see how busy their bus is and how many seats are available through a journey-planning app.
Featuring speakers from the Department for Transport (DfT), West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Moovit, this webinar introduces the DfT’s Bus Open Data Service (BODS), the new UK regulation that requires Bus Operators to provide timetables, real-time vehicle locations, and ticketing/fare information in a central data depository. It is a unique…