Tees Valley set to host UK’s first hydrogen transport hub, bringing together industry and academia to help create hundreds of green jobs.
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By acquiring Blue Point London, Total takes over the management and operation of London's largest EV charging network - Source London.
Without continued financial backing from the UK Government, the paper suggests there is a real potential for ‘rapid and deep cuts’ to bus services and temporary closure of light rail systems.
The Santander Cycles scheme has been expanded along the route, with three new docking stations to improve access to bikes and another two to follow.
The trial explores how 5G-connected vehicles, which are monitored by a control tower remotely, can facilitate the safe introduction of self-driving electric buses in more complex and demanding urban areas.
With Express Mode in Apple Pay, there is no need for First Bus customers to wake or unlock their devices or use Face ID or Touch ID to pay for travel.
The electrified buses will be used during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, a move that the Qatar's Ministry if Transport and Communication says demonstrates its commitment to clean energy solutions for transportation.
The funding will bring much needed support to the Welsh bus industry as it battles the long-term effects of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A share of £2.4 million has been awarded to seven consortiums to launch 5G-enabled road and rail transport trials across the West Midlands.
Thirty per cent of Londoners are drawn to the environmental benefits e-scooters will have on their commute, according to new research from Spin.
A statement says that Moovizy 2 is the only application in France to allow users to manage all means of transport in a single solution.
MTA calls on US Senate and White House to act and deliver $12 billion in desperately needed funding to get through 2021.
Spin says it is providing the first in-app safer route feature, coming to 50 U.S. markets and rewarding riders for docking in Spin Hubs.
Smart Zones can meet cities’ needs by enabling commercial drivers to use the mobile devices they already use every day to locate nearby available loading zones and to hold, book, and pay for time in them.
Peer-to-peer car-sharing, unified multimodal payments and facial recognition at metro turnstiles are all part of Moscow's tech-led transport future.