Sabine Trier, Deputy General Secretary, Railways and Urban Public Transport, European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF), gives her take on MaaS, describing how it is crucial that all stakeholders in any MaaS platform ensure fair working and regulatory conditions.
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Intelligent Transport’s latest In-Depth Focus on Mobility-as-a-Service examines some of the various elements of the concept, from ticketing and new mobility services to the importance of private-public partnerships and looking beyond urban and into the potential of cross border systems.
Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2020 is influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, with authors taking the opportunity to either write entirely about the crisis, or provide sharp commentary on it as part of articles on other matters. From mobility services and public transport to connected and autonomous vehicles, this issue lays…
Celebrating its 85th birthday, Roman Latypov, First Deputy CEO for Strategy and Client Work at Moscow Metro, takes a look back at how the network has remained resilient through difficult times and continued to expand, all whilst maintaining an essential service for the people of Moscow.
Sean Moroney, CEO of Cambridge Electric Transport, discusses the positives of bringing e-bikes to UK cities, and the challenges that come as a private sector organisation working with local councils and cities in creating the infrastructure that such a service needs.
Kjell-Erik B. Eilertsen, Senior Principle Engineer at the Norwegian Railway Directorate, spoke to Intelligent Transport about the complexities that come with satisfying the different needs, requirements and approaches of different actors at regional, governmental and European levels when it comes to Norway’s ticketing.
Scandinavia, and particularly Sweden, appears to be leading the way in designing bespoke ticketing systems entirely in-house. Intelligent Transport spoke with Jonathan Bernhardt, Product Owner at Region Uppsala, about the region’s approach to creating its own system within the context of Sweden’s new national ticketing standard.
Lewis Clark, Executive Director of Customer Payment Services at Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW), details the organisation’s roll out of a new ticketing system, Opal, and the benefits it brings for their customers.
Henk Swarttouw, Vice President of the European Cyclists' Federation (ECF), tells Intelligent Transport how the organisation is advocating the uptake - by people and authorities – of cycling as one of the main methods of urban mobility.
Angelo Rao, PE, Manager of Traffic Operations & Parking Services at the City of Lakeland, Florida speaks to Intelligent Transport about the challenges of advancing mobility that come with a transitioning car-centric city.
Within our fourth Sustainable Bus Update, we summarise the most recent and standout sustainable bus purchases and developments from across the globe.
At the beginning of the year, Liz Benison, Managing Director, Mainland Europe, at Arriva, spoke with Intelligent Transport to explain the multifaceted challenge of managing public transport networks across Europe, including ways to attract and retain staff, and why smarter collaboration is needed to keep innovation front of mind.
Richard Dilks, Chief Executive of CoMoUK, a charity providing technical guidance and consultancy on the UK’s transition to integrated mobility solutions, tells Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou about their work to support the development of shared modes, and the role mobility hubs could play within the UK.
Although the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has presented new challenges to the transport sector, Indian bus operator Gurugram Metropolitan City Bus Limited (GMCBL) has adapted to offer new services to those in need during India's ongoing lockdown restrictions.
Kristina Hunter Nilsson, from e-scooter firm Voi, and micromobility expert Welmoed Neijmeijer, formerly of Voi, discuss where the scooter operator has come from and what needs to come next from cities that are serious about redressing their modal split.