The Mobility-as-a-Service In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2021 features articles discussing shared transport, post-pandemic transit and micromobility.
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Intelligent Transport Issue 2 2021's Ticketing & Payments In-Depth Focus features articles discussing simple, fair and accessible ticketing solutions and the debate on eliminating fares within public transport.
This issue of Intelligent Transport is full of exclusive content from leading industry experts, including: what the future holds for sustainable urban transport; why it’s time to address the gender imbalance in the transport industry; and whether or not e-scooter sharing can serve short transit trips in Singapore; as well…
Switchio outlines the benefits of electronic payments, and asks whether the pandemic has brought us closer to going fully contactless in the transport industry.
Ticketer Group CEO Andy Monshaw tells Intelligent Transport how improved understanding of the data available to operators is set to transform the public transport industry, bring back passengers after the pandemic and enable better decision making across the sector.
First Bus has recently announced that its Caledonia depot is to become the UK’s largest Electric Vehicle (EV) charging hub, marking a significant step towards the bus operator’s net zero targets, as well as the UK’s wider ambitions. Andrew Jarvis, Portfolio Managing Director, takes a deeper look at the project.
As the world continues to grow and urbanise, many cities will face transportation challenges. How can cities effectively manage the moving of large masses of people from one place to the next?
Via’s European CEO Chris Snyder tells Intelligent Transport how demand-responsive transport can best be used to enhance the experience of all passengers, no matter their circumstance.
June 16th marked three months since the publication of the government’s highly anticipated National Bus Strategy. John Dowie, Strategy Director at First Bus, discusses how the strategy has impacted the industry in this short time, as well as what the sector needs long-term to fulfil the strategy.
Gerardo Lertxundi, CEO of Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) details the operator’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions and driving sustainable mobility within the Catalan city.
Researchers from the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) investigate the potential of using e-scooter sharing to improve the overall efficiency of urban transportation through serving short-distance transit trips.
Via's Partnership Lead Olivia Blahut explains how transport operators and agencies can begin building demand-responsive services in as little as 10 minutes.
A look into how government leaders have been able to change drivers’ behaviour and improve safety for workers, without risking lives of law enforcement officers.
Known primarily for its ride-hailing business, Bolt has now expanded its micromobility offering into more than 100 cities. Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin sat down with Bolt’s Global Director of Rentals Products, Dmitri Pivovarov, to find out how it has achieved so much so quickly.
Greg Alcorn of Synectics discusses the considerable progress the transport industry has made when it comes to collaboration and data-sharing, and explains why the dark days of the past 18 months could give way to a bright new dawn of innovation.