The panic buttons will instantly notify the transport department control center, as well as the bus driver, passengers, and nearby Police Control Vehicle vans
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Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh and Gotcha have announced the launch of Gotcha's Syracuse Sync bike share system.
Nottingham City Council is set to open its own ULEV service centre this summer – believed to be the first in the UK run by a local authority.
Intelligent Transport speaks with Jaanaki Momaya, UK General Manager, Lime, and Paloma Castro, Head of International Communications, Lime, for Episode 3 of the Intelligent Transport Podcast.
Over 24km of London's roadways have been chosen for the real-world trial of autonomous vehicles within the UK.
The Open Mobility Foundation (OMF), formed by cities from across the U.S. seeks to improve transportation across the country with open data sources.
New York has long resisted the use of dockless electric scooter on its roads, but the state is set to vote on legislation which would finally allow scooter-sharing companies to operate.
Keolis have demonstrated how 5G technology can be harnessed to control autonomous vehicles remotely with increased efficiency, reliability and safety.
A new report suggests that the safety of the most vulnerable road users should be a paramount concern when considering the development of smart cities, but does this solve the current urbanisation problems the UK currently faces?
The autonomous shuttle is equipped with a brand new safety architecture to allow operation without an on-board attendant.
New vertical platform doors have been installed in Barcelona at Can Cuiàs station. This is a first on a subway network and has been being trialled experimentally since May 2019.
Following the signing of a manifesto at 2018’s Polis Conference to speed up the rollout of intelligent speed assistance (ISA), Edwin Mermans, Tamara Goldsteen and Gert Blom – all members of the ISA Working Group – reflect on the need to rapidly deploy the technology.
Due to the socio-economic climate in Israel, Chinese train manufacturer CRRC is providing explosion-proof trains for the Tel Aviv Red Line.