Ahead of Trapeze Group’s webinar on 28 September 2021, Paul Attenborough, Programme Director at Trapeze, sat down with Intelligent Transport to discuss some of the key learning points of the webinar and to offer some insight into the challenges that the bus industry is facing post-pandemic.
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Switchio has partnered with Scenic Luxury Cruises and Tours to offer contactless payments on Scenic cruises, making it easier than ever before to pay for Scenic’s renowned luxury experience.
Is micromobility the solution to getting people back on public transport in London? Josh Cottell, Research Manager at Centre for London, investigates...
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.
Volume 12 of the Sustainable Bus Update sees First Bus take on a big development project for one of its hubs in Scotland, while operator Keolis has expanded its electric network in Europe.
In an interview with Intelligent Transport, Osborne Clarke’s Jeremy Godley and Edward Barratt discuss the legal challenges around ticketing and mobility.
With more road users than ever before, road safety is a major concern of transport agencies and authorities. Find out how and why automated traffic enforcement is helping to make roads safer with an evidence-based review from Conduent Transportation.
For Intelligent Transport, Agustin Guilisasti, Founder and CEO of HumanForest, discusses the rising popularity of electric bikes, why shared e-bikes are the future of mobility and how HumanForest is supporting the return of commuters post-pandemic.
Padam Mobility's CEO, Grégoire Bonnat, and Michael Frankenberg, Hacon's CEO and Head of Intermodal Solutions at Siemens Mobility, discuss their cooperation and plans for the future.
In an interview with Intelligent Transport, Daniel Štraub of Jagiellonian University in Krakow pontificates the benefits of fare-free public transport that is just and fair for everyone, and the implications for society and the transport sector when that isn’t the case.
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…
Kirt Conrad, CEO at Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA), tells Intelligent Transport why the agency has opted for fuel cell electric buses over battery‑powered vehicles, and what the future holds for sustainable urban transport.
Tamara Eelsing, Diversity and Inclusion Manager at STIB, the public transport operator in Brussels, Belgium explains how the Diversity and Inclusion Working Group she heads at UITP, is proud to be doing its part on challenging the gender imbalance in leadership.
Rahul Kumar and CJ Bright from Keolis North America tell Intelligent Transport about Keolis Evolve, a new tool to help transit agencies and authorities gain a better understanding of passenger travel in their communities.
The climate crisis has pushed governments and decision-makers to accelerate the electrification of public transport in cities around the world. While decarbonising public transport reduces emissions, pollution and noise contamination, it is essential that workers in the sector are incorporated through a just transition framework focused on key concerns: workers…