As ticketing becomes ever more complex, offering an ever-greater range of products and services, many would argue that this complexity has filtered through to the simple act of choosing and paying for their travel. Krister Dackland from Storstockholms Lokaltrafik (SL) tells us about the creation of SL’s new ticketing system,…
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City developments and population change affect the infrastructure and transport planning of the future. Erica Belcher, Researcher at Centre for London, explains how mobility in London is experiencing this change and will continue to do so in the future.
Kaisa Sibelius, Project Manager at Forum Virium Helsinki and AI4Cities Coordinator, and Philipp Tepper, Sustainable Economy and Procurement Coordinator at ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, explain how the European project, AI4Cities, aims to speed up and steer the creation of new breakthrough solutions in how AI can support cities’…
Eduardo Quiñones, Senior Researcher at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center and ELASTIC project coordinator, explains how the European project ELASTIC will form the technological basis for advanced mobility systems and autonomous transport networks.
In the race towards sustainable transport, Pierre Gourdain, Managing Director of FlixBus USA, explains how the bus, with further stakeholder collaboration, is the mode of transport that will come first.
Why should authorities buy into Mobility-as-a-Service? Dr Alastair McInroy, CEO of Technology Scotland, tells Intelligent Transport's Sam Mehmet how MaaS Scotland is looking to provide evidence that MaaS solutions carry more than just the benefit of service integration.
Carol Schweiger reflects on 2019 and makes her annual predictions of the technology and mobility trends that look to shape urban transport in the next 12 months.
The Smart Transport Bodø project is an innovative and unique opportunity to develop and test travel possibilities for an entirely new smart city neighbourhood in Bodø, Norway. Rune Eiterjord and Martin Opdal Sandtrøen from Nordland Country Council spoke to Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou about the significance of this project and…
How can transport organisations integrate existing services and processes to support a MaaS vision for joined-up, cost-effective, convenient and sustainable transport?
Intelligent Transport attended Transport Ticketing Global 2020 to find out more about how the industry is looking to shape the future of ticketing and seamless, integrated travel. Here, we take a look back at the opening discussions led by UK Minister George Freeman.
After the successful launch of the Moscow Central Diameters metro network, Maksim Liksutov, Head of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development, explains how the city is planning to further develop its transportation network in the future.
Intelligent Transport spoke with Mikkel Krogsgaard Niss from the City of Copenhagen to learn more about how the city is moving towards its ambitious carbon neutral goals and the factors affecting the process.
As part of our ‘City Snapshot’ series, Travis Ota and Wes Frysztacki from the Honolulu Department of Transportation Services explain how Honolulu, isolated on an island 2,200 miles from mainland mobility services, has had to adapt and plan to offer residents viable options for urban travel.
The decision to stop using a privately-owned car is not one to be taken lightly – especially when the user has a family to consider and support. In this article, Francesca Ciuffini, Head of Infrastructure Marketing and Integrated Services Development at Rete Ferroviaria Italiana, argues the need to consider the…
Intelligent Transport's Luke Antoniou provides a summary of the stand-out insights from the 2019 Intelligent Transport Conference, featuring contribution from one of the Conference chairs, Carol Schweiger.