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Vehicle & Passenger Safety
Listen to Via's podcast with Adele Wearing, Strategic Lead for Passenger Transport at Milton Keynes Council, and Councillor Lauren Townsend on how the city is providing efficient, cost-effective transport that helps reach sustainability goals and much more.
Virgin Hyperloop CEO Josh Giegel explains why hyperloop technology can change the way we travel forever, and reveals an increased receptiveness to the new mode of transport at a hearing he testified at last month.
TfL’s scooter trial begins today, with Londoners able to rent Lime, Dott, and TIER vehicles in select areas of the capital.
Aleksandr Polyakov explains how intelligent transport systems (ITS) recently rolled out from Moscow are not only making Tula’s streets safer, but also decreasing the amount of traffic and congestion in the Russian city.
TIER has revealed a new pricing structure to encourage safer riding, with users given a free minute at the start of each trip so they can put on their helmet and carry out other safety checks.
The latest report from Optibus collates surveys and expert insights on industry concerns, ridership recovery timelines, and trends and service changes that are anticipated to impact ridership the most, as public transport looks to bounce back from the pandemic.
Learn how transit agencies can embrace the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of camera-based bus lane enforcement.
Attend this webinar and learn how to solve road safety problems with smarter tech-enabled infrastructures, as we hear from various professionals within the sector.
The USDOT has reminded US travellers that it is still mandatory to wear a mask on public transportation, despite the CDC updating their mask guidance for fully vaccinated people last week.
Sensor technology has been deployed in Hamburg to test whether traffic lights can be optimised to reduce wait times for all road users, while also protecting the most vulnerable on the city’s streets.
Spin has launched several e-scooter hire schemes in the English county of Essex, where it is now running in-person training events to educate riders on keeping themselves and other vulnerable road users safe.
New study suggests self-driving cars are ready to be accepted in Finland at least – as long as they are safe and secure, according to a new study.