In this whitepaper, Modeshift provides in-depth insight into its South Central Transit Authority account-based fare collection and contactless ticketing case study, in which the company supported the authority in improving the customer experience and providing safety to both riders and agency personnel.
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Following changes to the CDC guidance regarding face coverings on transportation, ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft will no longer require U.S. riders or drivers to wear masks.
As off-peak leisure travel increases as the capital emerges from the pandemic, the return of TfL’s Night Tube services will support London’s night-time economy and provide night workers with a safe, affordable and quick form of transport.
Once the acquisition is complete, VR Group will become a significant transport operator in Sweden, providing service to over 170 million of Arriva Sverige’s passengers per year and gaining over 3,000 new employees.
Improving operational efficiency: Why the time is now for bus operators to integrate ITS and Duty Allocation
Paul Attenborough, Programme Director at Trapeze Group, outlines the benefits of integrating Duty Allocation System and Intelligent Transport System technologies for bus operators as they continue to face disruption, technological complexity and wavering passenger confidence in service reliability.
On International Women's Day 2022, experts from WMCA and TfWM have published 13 key recommendations to make the UK transport network safer for women and girls.
Stagecoach is celebrating its female employees with the launch of a new employee network, an all-female driver bus route and announcing an 18 per cent increase in female driver applications since 2021.
The Go-Ahead Group is continuing the expansion of its bus business in Ireland by looking to recruit 180 new members of staff to meet the requirements of the implementation of the new BusConnects network redesign in Dublin.
Five New York transit agencies have launched the fourth round of the Transit Tech Lab, with two challenges set to seek solutions that aid the transport network in post-pandemic recovery and emission reduction efforts.
Keolis North America’s CEO, David Scorey, has taken the company's efforts further by holding it accountable to peer organisations, as he signs a pledge committing to advance initiatives around diversity, equity and inclusion.
In collaboration with a group of partner banks, Keolis Group has secured a €600 million loan to deliver on its sustainable development commitments, in line with its corporate social responsibility strategy.
As TfL deals with the financial repercussions caused by COVID-19, the Mayor of London has warned that 43,000 jobs across the UK are at risk due to a lack of funding.
In response to recent crew shortage challenges and a hiring freeze as a result of the pandemic, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has welcomed 45 new New York City Transit bus drivers.
First Bus has partnered with Cheshire's Reaseheath College to establish the UK’s first Bus and Coach Engineering Academy to train engineers on zero-emission buses and address existing skills gaps.
From 27 November 2021, Transport for London's Night Tube services on the Central and Victoria lines will resume service on Fridays and Saturdays.