Transport unions in the French capital are unhappy at plans to open up the city's bus and metro services to competition in January of 2025.
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The strike has been called over new legislation set to be rolled out by the Greek Government, and a lack of COVID-19 testing.
Having doubled the number of female train driver applicants within the last 12 months, Govia Thameslink Railway will look to double the figure again in 2021.
Applications are strongly encouraged from Metro riders, transit advocates and community-based organisations from a diverse range of perspectives, to create the 15 member committee.
Dr. Victor Figueroa, Future of Work Policy Advisor for the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF), delivers best practice tips and advice on bringing the workforce along on the journey to an innovative future when implementing technology in transport.
In the ongoing endeavour to rebuild Northeast Ohio’s (USA) economy to ensure inclusive growth and opportunity for all residents, limited workforce mobility represents both a symptom of a decades-long problem and an obstacle in achieving this goal. Dominic Mathew, Urban and Regional Planner (Mobility Innovations) at the Fund for Our…
Janette Bell will join First Bus on 26 October 2020 enabling a handover process to take place between her and Giles Fearnley, who will leave later in the year.
Jo Field, Board Member of Women in Transport, talks to women working in the transport sector about their experiences through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The partnership aims to help students progress in their fields and be able to address real-world cyber-security and transit challenges that WMATA is facing today.
Front-door boarding will reportedly add up to 40 per cent more space on buses, which aims to enhance a rider’s ability to socially distance.
The British Government has allocated a further £256 million to support bus and tram services in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employees are said to have shown support for the use of the technology so far, which the Authority plans to roll out across other areas of the transport sector if ultimately deemed a success.
Marie-Ange Debon will begin as Keolis Group Executive Chairwoman on 24 August 2020.
Keolis, which will integrate 237 new employees to operate and maintain the bus service, has already begun changeover activities to ensure a smooth transition.