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Social and environmental changes within Barcelona will lay the foundations for the future, mobility needs must keep pace with this level of change. Ricard Font i Hereu discusses how digitalisation of the transport system is integral to its longevity.
Google have reported that Google Maps can now predict how busy buses, trains, trams and other modes of transport are going to be with data collected from commuters.
New real-time passenger information screens have been rolled out at bus stops along the new Metro North West Line in Sydney.
The new six-year public service delegation contract between the French Riviera Urban Community and Keolis is expected to generate a total revenue of €60 million.
This is the first time that a European city the size of Berlin deeply integrates an entire mobility network, spanning across public and private operators.
Nottingham City Transport has a new travel assistant; Amazon's 'Alexa' feature is helping customers with journey planning, bus times and information.
Small, on-demand buses will operate over an area in Sutton guaranteeing customers a seat, USB charging and free WiFi in a bid to reduce private car ownership.
Nottingham City Transport (NCT) is embracing forthcoming changes to the industry, launching a new open data portal on its website where visitors can download the source data used in digital services.
Passengers can now plan their public transport journey with real-time information and end-to-end directions directly from the Uber app.
In response to the bus open data consultation, the DfT will create a bus open data digital service to build applications, products and services for passengers.
Improving data for bus services across England is one of the first steps in removing the barriers to introducing Mobility-as-a-Service.
Oliver Bratton, Operations Director-European Business, MTR Corporation details MTR’s commitment to improving data-sharing, and therefore traffic management, in order to ensure rail can play its part in the future of mobility.