Intelligent Transport takes an in-depth look at alternative power technologies as cities across the world edge closer to stringent zero emissions target deadlines.
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Intelligent Transport Issue 3 2020 takes an in-depth look at the changing nature of ticketing and payments and alternative power technologies, plus assesses public transport's changing role as the backbone of mobility.
Jo Field, Board Member of Women in Transport, talks to women working in the transport sector about their experiences through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles and Innovate UK have published a series of case studies of connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) projects in the UK. Here, Intelligent Transport gives an overview.
Vitaly Bedarev, COO of ride-hailing firm Citymobil, gives an overview of the Russian ride-hailing market compared to the rest of the world and explains how COVID-19 has left its mark.
Within this next edition of The Sustainable Bus Update, we summarise the most recent and standout sustainable bus purchases and developments from across the globe.
Recently appointed as the Chief Technical Officer of Volocopter, Dr. Arnaud Coville tells Intelligent Transport about the technology behind Volocopter and the regulation that comes with it.
Daniel Gillett, Policy Officer at Sustrans, suggests how the UK can get more people cycling during and beyond the pandemic, how new infrastructure can be integrated with existing transport networks, and how Government action should be long-term.
Kyle Malo, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), highlights some of the key initiatives around WMATA’s new cyber fusion centre and gives his insight about adopting a cyber risk management framework.
Vanita Akhaury, Public Communication Officer at Gurugram Metropolitan City Bus Limited (GMCBL), explains how bus patronage is beginning to bounce back in the Indian city of Gurugram and outlines how the bus company set out to achieve this.
Researchers from the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART), MIT’s research enterprise in Singapore, highlight some of the key findings from their recent study into the relationship between ride-hailing and public transit.
Within the next edition of The Sustainable Bus Update, we summarise the most recent and standout sustainable bus purchases and developments from across the globe.
Rebecca Hahn, Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer at Bird, reflects on lessons learnt and suggests how operators and cities can optimise the UK e-scooter trials for both their riders and the communities they aim to serve.
Beryl CEO Philip Ellis discusses the ways in which integrated parking systems for micromobility devices such as e-scooters and e-bikes can contribute to the coronavirus recovery as well as climate change mitigation.
In a recent webinar hosted by Intelligent Transport in association with Brian Swanson, Moovit's Director of Sales Engineering, the tools that help municipalities, transport agencies and operators, and large businesses operate during times of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic were discussed. Here, he answers some of the audience's questions…