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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.
We asked industry experts Carol Schweiger, President of Schweiger Consulting, François Fischer, Senior Manager Innovation and Deployment, ERTICO and Craig Fleming, Senior Business Development Manager, CENSIS, for their thoughts on the Internet of Things (IoT) and its applications within transport. Here’s what they had to say.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced plans to develop a control system for road management in London which will see access to data highlighting potential congestion points.
With the level of connectivity in urban mobility increasing, Intelligent Transport's refreshed topics and navigation put the information and discussion that's most important to the industry front and centre in a more accessible way than ever.
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.