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A new survey has suggested that encouraging people back onto public transport will not be a simple task once restrictions ease further in the UK.
Neuron, which operates scooters in Newcastle, has made changes to ensure the vehicles are used properly in the UK city.
TfL is urging passengers to cooperate with the social distancing measures put in place as London’s shops and businesses begin to open up again.
Philip Ellis talks safety and the impact of COVID-19 on micromobilty with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin, as more and more local authorities around the world begin to implement some form of micromobility scheme.
A team of researchers in Germany have come up with a safety system that could warn drivers of autonomous cars that they will have to take control up to seven seconds in advance.
Mark Watts, Executive Director of C40 Cities and Stephen Cotton, General Secretary of the ITF, explain why transport is fundamental to the world’s recovery from COVID-19, and call on governments to put transport networks first as the world begins to emerge from the pandemic.
Volocopter says successful approaches to implementing urban air mobility will put customers first in every aspect, including safety, aircraft design, and air operations.
Lime has introduced several new features to make it even easier to rent one of its vehicles, including a free reservation feature and “App-less Riding”.
Residents in Braintree will be able to rent scooters for £55 per month, while Rochdale has selected Lime to operate its vehicles in the Greater Manchester town.
Dubai has vaccinated more than 40,000 frontline transport staff as it races to jab half of its population by the end of the month.
COTA has been awarded accreditation from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council for the cleaning and sanitisation of its facilities and services.
Railway staff will be offered lateral flow tests twice a week to help curb the spread of COVID-19 and reassure passengers when they start to return to the railway.
Ru Roberts, UK Country Manager at Waze, examines how transport habits have changed a year on since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Europe, and explains how cities can get people out of cars and back into shared transport in the months to come.