Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou assesses the state of play in e-mobility and beyond, focusing on the vehicles, infrastructure and policy that will deliver a greener future.
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Insight from RTC Southern Nevada and Transport for the West Midlands on making public transport more equitable and accessible, and how different payment methods for different demographics are key to the recovery and long-term survival of the sector.
Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin counts down through 10 of the world’s busiest metro systems, detailing some astonishingly high ridership figures.
Intelligent Transport's first issue of 2021 shines the spotlight on equitable and accessible ticketing and payments, better connected transport, the data-led optimisation of the bus sector, and plenty more besides.
Ru Roberts, UK Country Manager at Waze, examines how transport habits have changed a year on since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Europe, and explains how cities can get people out of cars and back into shared transport in the months to come.
Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou sat down with Esther Bravo, Shift2Rail’s Programme Manager, and UITP’s Daria Kuzmina, who is leading the Shift2MaaS project , to discuss the work they’re doing to make journeying through Europe a breeze for travellers.
Ian Warr, Director of Engineering at First Bus, discusses hydrogen buses, influencing the national agenda, and the critical role that customers play.
Sebastian Castellanos, a research lead at the New Urban Mobility alliance (NUMO) explains why it is essential to put communities at the heart of new mobility developments.
Nomad Digital’s Sam Taylor explains the features and benefits of the company’s new ‘Engage Portal’ in regards to passenger experience, accessibility and entertainment.
Director of Passenger Experience Sara Luchian outlines the exciting vision of Virgin Hyperloop, and explains why the ambitious project is very much focused on being a true mass transit solution.
UK Country Manager at Spin Steve Pyer discusses how the pandemic has changed mindsets towards micromobility, and calls on the industry to ensure sustainability progress is continued.
As Lime looks to launch e-mopeds in Paris and Washington DC, we ask how operators can ensure micromobility modes can remain safe for riders and other road users?
Richard Dilks of Collaborative Mobility UK explains why the COP26 in Glasgow is such an important opportunity for the transport industry to enact real change in the way we move.
Carol Schweiger lays out her vision for the transport industry in 2021, while reflecting on last year’s predictions and assessing how many of them came to fruition.
The latest in contactless ticketing technology has the capability to save public transport authorities as much as 85 per cent in costs – as illustrated by the work that the Czech city of Ostrava has done with Switchio.