Luisa Wahlig at HERE Technologies and Julian Renninger from SBB talk to Intelligent Transport about intermodal urban mobility and the urgency of addressing sustainability and integration within it.
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On-demand services are transforming public transport and making it more equitable for the masses. Here, Laurent Briant, CEO of Cityway, explains its role in pandemic mobility and how these more flexible services can pave the way to sectoral recovery for public transport providers.
As COVID-19 has changed the way that the residents of Greater Boston travel, ITDP's Julia Wallerce believes a major rethink in how space is divided between pedestrians, cars, and transit is needed.
Nathalie Deguen, Sales Manager at PARIFEX, details the ways in which smarter traffic management technology can improve key decision making, and bolster city infrastructure, transport services and liveability.
Featuring articles from Transport for London, UITP and Midlands Connect, we take an in-depth look at redefining what ‘contactless’ transport looks like in the age of COVID-19, the next generation of mobile ticketing, and how to integrate ticketing and payment services more effectively into transport networks.
This In-Depth Focus features contributions from AC Transit, ERTICO and the City of Omaha. Articles examine topics including how to achieve better connectivity for information and service delivery, IoT in urban transport, and claiming back urban space with smarter kerb management.
Our fourth and final issue of 2020 takes an in-depth look at the work the industry’s public and private parties need to do to deliver better services through more effective data management and usage.
Swappable batteries might sound like the sustainable answer to maintaining e-scooters; here, Bird's Chief Vehicle Officer Scott Rushforth examines why they can create more problems than they solve.
Maksim S. Likustov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport, details the Russian capital's plan for widespread mobility integration, and introduces us to some of the industry players whose work will make it happen.
Steven Ahlig, Vice President Innovations at Siemens Mobility, explains how public transport services can get back to normal after the pandemic, and how travel apps can use data to predict transport occupancy rates.
TfL has announced it will choose three operators to launch their scooter fleets in London on a trial basis - but can the UK capital learn from the problems other European cities have had with scooters?
With the highest congestion rates in India and problems with pollution, Mumbai needs to seriously rethink its transport network. That's according to Shristi Gupta and Vignesh P, who discuss what India's most populous city needs to change.
The Welsh Government bringing the Wales and Borders franchise under public control as an Operator of Last Resort (OLR) has attracted a lot of media attention over the past few weeks, with political statements being made for and against such a move. Here, Rhiannon Holtham considers whether this decision can…
In a detailed Q&A, Peter Bell of Trapeze Group Europe offers his insight into why franchising could be the model of choice for bus companies in a post-COVID world.
In this article Transport for the North’s newly appointed Director of Integrated and Smart Travel, Jeremy Acklam, explains more about how the implementation of innovative new technologies could revolutionise travel and transport across the North of England.