As part of our Sustainable Mobility & Air Quality In-Depth Focus, Intelligent Transport asked a panel of experts: What do you think the future of sustainable mobility will look like?
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The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the need for good air quality within transport hubs around the world, whether that’s an underground station or a bus stop. How can the sector ensure that travellers are safe and that the air that they breathe is of a high quality? Pau Pallàs Zenke,…
Technology has opened up the door for shared multimodal travel in our cities. Maxim Romain, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at Dott, explains how technological connectivity is enhancing safety, driving efficiency and increasing accessibility to the company’s green e-bikes and e-scooters.
Charlotte Bailey, Regional Manager – North Europe at Bird, discusses the micro-mobility provider’s efforts to develop accessible and versatile mobility solutions that tackle climate change whilst offering a viable alternative to the private car.
Agustin Guilisasti, CEO and Founder of HumanForest, explains why his company’s approach to bikesharing could be the solution that big cities need to make their transport networks more sustainable.
Ride-hailing app Uber has pledged to make its operations more sustainable by committing to becoming a zero-emission mobility platform by 2030. In this article, Uber tells Intelligent Transport more about how it is working to support its drivers in making the switch to electric vehicles.
Edward Barratt, a Partner working with the Decarbonisation Team at Osborne Clarke, considers the legal issues that providers and authorities need to be aware of when working to achieve net zero carbon targets and how to approach them.
Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer of the National Transport Authority (NTA) in Ireland, discusses how NTA is working with the country’s public transport operators to step up to the climate challenge.
Steve Pyer of Spin outlines some common problems e-scooters can cause and offers some core solutions for micro-mobility providers.
As 2021 draws to an end, we have taken the opportunity to look back on the past 12 months at Intelligent Transport, bringing together some of our most popular articles that featured in each of the four 2021 issues of our magazine, as well as three new and exclusive articles,…
In July 2021, UITP launched its Urban Mobility Open Payments Forum. Gathering a selection of payments industry leaders, the new forum follows calls from the transportation sector to create a clearer framework for engaging in a more open dialogue at an international level on open loop payments in public transport. Here, Andrea Soehnchen, Project…
Kammy Horne, Senior Vice President of Development and Planning for VIA Metropolitan Transit, explains how the transit operator is offering more information and mobility options to the residents who need them the most.
Arriva London’s Rob Hudspith, Commercial Manager, and Philip Gerhardt, Head of Route Performance, sat down with Intelligent Transport to discuss the changes in routing and scheduling technology and how this is supporting a more efficient bus industry, as well as how data is the key to providing more beneficial services…
Mobility just got more interconnected with the launch of ‘glimble by Arriva’ in the Netherlands – a new MaaS app that allows passengers to plan, book and pay for multiple modes, with multiple operators, wherever they want to travel throughout the whole country. Anne Hettinga, Arriva Group Board Member and…
Claire Legrand, Project Manager at PARIFEX, details how the company’s speed enforcement technologies can not only improve safety, but can also capture precise urban traffic data, which can support efforts to reduce congestion, reduce carbon emissions and, ultimately, enhance the passenger experience.