The Waterfront Line serves many points of interest within the Ohio city, including the FirstEnergy stadium, which will see more than 60,000 football fans pack in to watch the Cleveland Browns.
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The CTA’s decision has proved controversial among some transit unions, but the authority has insisted it does not want to fire anyone.
King County Metro says it will be measuring who is impacted by the new measures, to ensure that it does not “perpetuate inequities” as a result of the additional staff being deployed.
The latest in a series of articles from Conduent Transportation explains how automated traffic enforcement is removing the potential for prejudice from law enforcement, making it more accurate and equitable.
Irish transport could soon return to full capacity, with plans to be assessed by the Irish cabinet next week. Buses and trains on the island have had restricted capacities to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Waymo is encouraging riders to give honest and complete feedback on their experiences as it looks to develop its technology further in one of the U.S. most famous cities.
The Rail Delivery Group is working with law enforcement to raise awareness of what constitutes sexual harassment, after government research revealed the scale of the problem.
As part of NYC DOT's East Bronx scooter sharing pilot programme, Lime will operate 1,000 e-scooters in New York City, with a main focus on safety, equity, sustainability and affordability.
Transport for Wales and the British Transport Police will spend a week of action targeting key areas across Wales where face covering compliance has fallen in recent months.
The Heriot-Watt University-led Radiate project has published a new dataset that will support the development of autonomous vehicles that can operate safely in adverse weather conditions.
The trial area has now been expanded to include Westminster, meaning that e-scooters can be hired and used in a wider area of central and inner London.
Delivery riders and drivers have helped to keep many of us safe and sane whilst isolating and social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, but who’s looking out for them? For Intelligent Transport, TRL’s Dr Neale Kinnear, Head of Transport Safety, and Victoria Pyta, Senior Psychologist – Behavioural Science and Human…
Disabled public transport users in UK uncomfortable with easing of COVID-19 restrictions, says new research
An RiDC report has suggested that over 60 per cent of disabled people in the UK now feel uncomfortable travelling on public transport.
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