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.
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Jordi Ortuño Ribé, Mobility & Urban Innovation, City of Barcelona, explains what kind of considerations need to be taken into account by cities to enable innovation in the modern mobility market, as well as how these steps can support the economy and evolve a city's transport ecosystem.
Zachary Wang, CEO of Neuron Mobility, tells Intelligent Transport how the Asia-Pacific shared e-scooter firm has prepared to operate as part of the UK trials, as well as how it has adapted to new COVID-19 measures.
Amit Gupta, Co-Founder and CEO of Indian micromobility firm Yulu, explores the impact that COVID-19 has had on public transit and mobility in India and suggests why micromobility offers a solution.
Alain Caffart, Director of Information Systems at Compagnie des Transports Strasbourgeois (CTS), tells Intelligent Transport about Hoplink – the answer to interoperable ticketing across 42 different transport networks.
Daniel Ruiz, CEO of Zenzic, and Geoff Davis, Executive Director, HORIBA MIRA & VP for HORIBA Automotive Test Systems, explain why the UK needs to act now to stay ahead of the challenges around automotive cyber-security.
Konstantin Trofimenko from the Institute of Transport Economics and Transport Policy Studies, part of Moscow’s Higher School of Economics, offers a vision of cities in which all urban transport processes are connected, transparent and digital, and also details the hurdles that have so far prevented such a vision from being…
Angelo Rao P.E., Manager of Traffic Operations and Parking Services at the Public Works Department of the City of Lakeland, describes how the Florida city has become a “big little town” thanks in no small part to a decade of technological advancement in its transport network.
Siraj Shaikh, Professor of Systems Security and Director of Research at the Institute of Future Transport and Cities at Coventry University, outlines why cyber-security R&D needs a change of direction to reshape cities for the future.
James Mead, General Manager of TfL's Dial-a-Ride, explains how the door-to-door service has been serving its communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, from delivering equipment to 'pop-up' hospitals, to helping provide food for those in need.
Maurice Henderson, Director of Government Partnerships at micromobility firm Bird, explains how micromobility operators can help cities keep moving during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, and why these services are key to the coming environmentally-friendly economic recovery.
In a recent webinar hosted by Intelligent Transport in association with HaCon and Siemens Mobility, the predominant factors that make MaaS valuable for both users and operators were explored. Here, webinar speaker Robert Bichsel, Product Owner for MaaS solutions at Siemens, answers some of the webinar audience questions.
Bird’s Director of Safety Policy & Advocacy, Paul Steely White, tells Intelligent Transport’s Sam Mehmet how the micromobility service operator is advocating to influence rider behaviour as a way to replace as many car trips as possible, as safely as possible.
Claire Clarke, Deputy Women Transport Workers and Gender Equality Officer from the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), explains how women continue to face gender segregation in the public transport sector and what the sector can do to rectify the situation.
Tonya Anderson and Paul DesRocher from RTD Denver detail the steps the agency has taken to modernise the ways in which riders access services, including how a collaboration with Uber has given customers more ways than ever to plan and pay for trips.