Liftango has unveiled Project FRODO, a rule-based integration method for improving the utilisation of fixed-route and demand-responsive vehicles.
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Autonomous vehicles are currently one of the most disruptive forms of new mobility, but the technology is undoubtably here to stay. For Intelligent Transport, James Dick, Project Lead for Autonomous Vehicles at RATP Dev, highlights the benefits of autonomous mobility and provides exclusive insight into the work that RATP is…
Littlepay and UrbanThings have partnered to enrich passengers' understanding of their fare payments across multi-operator, multimodal transport systems.
By partnering, Stratio and Freeway Fleet Systems will be able to provide coach and bus operators in the UK with crucial real-time information relating to on-the-road vehicle performance and condition.
For Intelligent Transport, Philip Ellis, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the UK micro-mobility company Beryl, explains how integrated micro-mobility has the potential to help solve many of the transport related problems that cities worldwide are facing at the moment and can potentially encourage significant modal shifts away from private…
Since June 2021, First Bus has implemented one of the largest Tap On/Tap Off (TOTO) schemes outside of London. For Intelligent Transport, Owen Hughes, Head of Retail Development at First Bus, provides an update on the rollout and its impact so far.
Buses used to be central to our lives and communities, but this has been lost through decades of privatisation, underinvestment and rising private car ownership. Or has it?
Two months on from COP26 in November 2021, Osborne Clarke’s Michael Kruger and Shraiya Thapa consider whether enough of the conference's conversations translated into meaningful progress and highlight the areas where more work needs to be done as the world plans for a transition to net zero.
Dr Amit Patel, a disability rights campaigner and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Consultant who advises e-scooter company Voi Technology, discusses the benefits of e-scooters, as well as the risks that accompany them, and highlights the importance of embracing new forms of transport.
SHOW is the flagship pan-European initiative that is piloting autonomous vehicles (AVs) and working to define a tipping point in AV development timelines to make them a reality of tomorrow. Building upon the 13 relevant use cases identified in the former SPACE project, it is focused on concretising the formula for the…
Alice Bowler, Demand Responsive/Community Transport Team Leader at Hertfordshire County Council, tells Intelligent Transport more about the HertsLynx Demand-Responsive Transport service and how it is supporting the Council's efforts to improve transport accessibility for socially disadvantaged residents and those located in rural areas across the county.
First Bus Leicester and First Bus Potteries, in partnership with Ticketer and Littlepay, recently announced the implementation of one of the largest Tap On/Tap Off (TOTO) schemes outside of London. Owen Hughes, Head of Retail Development at First Bus, discusses the scheme and its role in creating a seamless customer journey.
Katherine Conrad, Director of Client Services at NEORide, discusses the introduction of cash payments for mobile tickets across the EZfare payment system and why this is key to ensuring that the needs of both transit and its passengers are met.
Gillian Gillett, Program Manager of California Integrated Mobility at the California Department of Transportation, outlines the agency’s vision for a connected transportation network in California, which will offer riders contactless payments and better journey information.
Jennie Martin, Secretary General of ITS (UK) – Intelligent Transport Systems, explains how artificial intelligence can support the wider development of the public transport industry and outlines its current and possible applications.