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.
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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.
The feature will combine Uber services with available transit options to offer users the most efficient route to their destination.
The pilot is designed to gain insights into potential user experience improvements, before all cards can be upgraded for cardholders to have access to the benefits of transacting digitally.
In a bid to improve passenger experience and cut down on unnecessary emissions, the machine learning algorithms map routes depending on peak time usage and bus stop popularity.
The app will provide instant information about access to buses, trains, car hire, car clubs, bicycle hire, air travel and ferries.
Made to measure: How smart ticketing solutions and tailored travel suggestions enhance the passenger experience
In this on-demand webinar, the expert speakers discussed how data analytics will help with making passengers feel safe before, during and after their trip and why providing a smart, digital travel companion is a good idea.
The app combines different mapping technologies to create customised routes for micromobility devices.
In this on-demand webinar, HERE invited speakers from Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) and VMZ to discuss current challenges from a public transport operator’s and city planner’s perspective, and how location technology can play a vital role in shaping future-proof transport services.
The tool aims to help cities better understand how new micromobility services are impacting their communities, public spaces and existing transport networks.
The University pilot project will connect vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists to surrounding infrastructure and collect data in order to inform others of traffic flow and potential incidents.
The technology will be installed onto buses as part of phase two of the NSW Government’s Transport Connected Bus programme.