Georgia Yexley, General Manager for UK & Ireland at TIER Mobility, explains how illegal private e-scooter use is jeopardising the safe wider adoption of shared e-scooters in the UK and draws attention to the lack of rigorous safety standards in place for private vehicles.
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On October 28 2021, Suzanna Mitrovich, Global Head of Automotive, and Anthony Bean, Senior Director of Sales, from YouGov joined Intelligent Transport for a webinar in which they conducted a deep dive into the present and future of mobility and transportation in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Following the…
“It’s my job to get what they’ve been promised”: An interview with the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham
The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin to discuss whether the region’s public transport network is fit for purpose and to outline what needs to be done to 'level up' the network.
PARIFEX’s NANO-CAM sensor is a detection tool designed to improve road safety and traffic counting. It enables the detection of speed infringement and the collection of data in multiple situations, as well as in both urban and extra-urban environments.
Data has the ability to revolutionise how operations and maintenance affect the rail industry - but only if it is utilised effectively. Nomad Digital sat down with Pedro Conceicao to discuss this further and to consider how collecting the correct data can impact the passenger experience.
With the European Union set to miss its target to halve road deaths by 2030, autonomous vehicles provide many of the solutions to some of road safety’s most dangerous problems. SAFE-UP, a European initiative on road safety, is working to deliver the promised potential of autonomous vehicles to keep all…
For Intelligent Transport, Osborne Clarke's Arty Rajendra and Matthew White consider how connected technologies are disrupting the automotive industry and discuss what the future of car connectivity may look like, as well as outline the legal challenges that are being faced by the sector in this field.
In this article, Robert Bichsel, Product Owner for MaaS at Siemens Mobility, and Svenja Katharina Weiß, Marketing Coordinator at Hacon, discuss the relationship between private cars and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) solutions and offer their insight on how these solutions can be better promoted in order to encourage a sustainable shift to…
Andrew Stober, Head of Public Partnerships and Carpool at Waze, speaks to Intelligent Transport about data sharing, public-private partnerships, shared transport and the outlook for post-pandemic transit.
Simple, fair and accessible ticketing solutions can be a dealbreaker for many when it comes to whether or not to use public transport. Here, Katherine Conrad, Director of Client Services at NEORide, explains how EZfare is creating a simple, but equitable, fare system in the U.S.
Matthew Pencharz, Head of Policy for UK, Ireland & the Netherlands at Voi Technology, considers the precedence that has been set across the globe for car parking spaces, and discusses how challenging this status quo in favour of micro-mobility and public transport can deliver a range of social and environmental…
Eliminating fares within public transport is a topic of greater discussion now than it has ever been. For Intelligent Transport, Carol Schweiger takes up the debate.
How can we connect payment, movement and customer data to create bespoke and transformed customer experiences?
Encouraging more people to use public transport for future sustainability is essential, and finding a way to connect payment, movement and customer data and Mobility-as-a-Service will help to create curated customer experiences. Martin Howell, Transport Markets Director - UK & Ireland at Worldline UK, outlines how this could be tackled…
Solent Transport has appointed Trafi, Unicard and the Behavioural Insights Team to deliver the pioneering UK-first multi-city £2.4 million Mobility-as-a-Service scheme, which will launch later in 2021.
Intelligent Transport’s Assistant Editor, Joshua Minchin, considers the impact of the UK fuel crisis on the public perception of public transport and assesses the possibility of the crisis becoming a turning point when it comes to public transport usage.