Lime says its scooters will now appear as a travel option on the Citymapper app in major cities across the world.
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According to the Detroit-based operator, riders will be able to book a ride on one of its on-demand shuttles through the Moovit app, with fare information and pick-up routing all available in one place.
Customers looking to book a ride with Addison Lee will be able to input their location's what3words sequence in a bid to improve accuracy when it comes to rides and deliveries.
Maksim S. Likustov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport, details the Russian capital's plan for widespread mobility integration, and introduces us to some of the industry players whose work will make it happen.
Steven Ahlig, Vice President Innovations at Siemens Mobility, explains how public transport services can get back to normal after the pandemic, and how travel apps can use data to predict transport occupancy rates.
The new updated app will enable users to top-up their Troika card via their smartphone, as well as buy any additional tickets they might need remotely.
Anton Chirkunov, Founder and CEO of premium ride-hailing firm Wheely, explains why he believes ride-hailing businesses should pay closer attention to the data requirements of cities and authorities.
TfN's Smart North Ecosystem proposal looks to incentivise public, shared and active travel through smarter, joined-up ticketing.
Find out how to make poor mobility data more accurate with Trafi's special data management platform to provide transport operators and authorities with accurate itineraries and ETA, and deliver better journeys for passengers.
Vladimir Vorotovic, Senior Manager at ERTICO – ITS Europe, explains how MaaS can work and why it’s a much-needed upgrade on a transport system designed primarily for use in the 20th century.
Dubai's RTA will install 151 smart screens to deliver bus time information to passengers, and is looking to install the first nine before the end of 2020.
Intelligent Transport catches up with Stadtwerke Osnabrück’s Werner Linnenbrink and Maik Blome to find out more about the German city’s novel approach to transport payments and its deployment of Check-in/Be-out (CiBo) technology.
A statement says that Moovizy 2 is the only application in France to allow users to manage all means of transport in a single solution.
Spin says it is providing the first in-app safer route feature, coming to 50 U.S. markets and rewarding riders for docking in Spin Hubs.