Many would agree that delivering successful and reliable public transport is something of a juggling act. Carl Bjorklund from Skånetrafiken spoke to Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou about the authority’s approach to balancing the needs of different passengers, in different communities, in an integrated system that works for all.
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Joanna Averley, Head of Urban Design and Integration at HS2, explores how the London urban ecosystem is changing, and how the passenger is adapting its behaviour in reaction.
The Madrid public transport operator, EMT, is developing the MaaS platform ‘MaaS Madrid’ which will offer mobility services to citizens in one unified application. Here, Enrique Diego Bernardo, Chief Technology Officer of EMT, explains how, for the first time, a city, administrative or public entity is leading such an initiative.
Delegates at the Intelligent Transport Conference 2019 took part in five roundtable discussions on a variety of themes, from the transport workforce to making MaaS work – here are the key discussion points from each one.
Launched in 2017, The IMOVE project comes to an end late 2019. Testing the feasibility of implementing Mobility-as-a-Service on a European scale, Marco Boero, IMOVE Project Coordinator, explains some of the key progressions that the consortium has seen.
In a world where urban travel information is becoming ubiquitous, are third-party developers being marginalised, leading to fewer choices for end users? Paul Harrington, Owner of YourStop, explains why open data might not be as open as it seems.
Following our recent webinar in partnership with KORE Wireless, we take a look back at the key findings and lessons from the conversation between KORE’s Rory Maher and Collision Management Systems’ Charles Smith about why and how to adopt connected video technology fleets.
Matthias Maedge, IRU’s General Delegate to the EU, explores how innovation is shaping the safety of current and future road systems, and the challenges that must be overcome in order for the industry to progress.
Intelligent Transport met Jochen Ehlgötz, Managing Director of TechnologieRegion Karlsruhe, to discuss mobility partnerships and developments in the German city of Karlsruhe and beyond.
Katy Medlock. Country Manager UK at Getaround, tells Intelligent Transport how providing genuine alternatives to car ownership is contributing to a change in mindset – for both consumers and industry.
Intelligent Transport spoke to Mikkel Krogsgaard Niss, from the City of Copenhagen Centre for Urban Development, about the current and future agenda of Copenhagen's mobility network.
In a webinar previewing this year’s Intelligent Transport Conference, we brought together four industry experts to discuss the potential for MaaS implementation and, in turn, its potential to make our cities smarter. Here, Intelligent Transport’s Sam Mehmet picks the key findings from the discussion.
VTT’s Marko Paakkinen and Mikko Pihlatie, and UITP’s Aida Abdulah, explain how the Horizon 2020-funded ASSURED project is driving standards and interoperability forward in electric charging infrastructure, and how it can benefit operators, authorities and cities.
Dr Paul Vorster, CEO of Intelligent Transport Society South Africa (ITSSA), details the responsibilities of the ITS community in incubating positive change for the future of connected mobility.
As our societies become better connected, so too does our transport, bringing about potential cyber-risks that have only recently begun to be exposed. Here, members of the University of South Florida’s 'Enhancing Cybersecurity in Public Transportation' project team explain what operators can do to keep their cyber-physical systems as safe…