Curitiba is said to be the first city in Brazil to trial the application in actions to combat COVID-19.
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The traffic fatality rate in Tanzania is one of the highest in the world with an estimated 16,252 deaths per year.
The app combines different mapping technologies to create customised routes for micromobility devices.
The solution aims to improve public transport safety and accessibility and see Valencia become the first city in Spain to end on-board cash payments.
The funding is said to be particularly important with the recent return of schools in Scotland.
The project will redistribute energy generated by buses not in use and provide services for the national grid, regional distribution network operators, bus operators and transport authorities.
The strategy is part of the European Green Deal, which aims to achieve a 90 per cent reduction in transport emissions by 2050.
The 30-year plan includes details of how to 'build back better' after the pandemic through investment in rail, road, active travel and smart ticketing.
The funding aims to support projects to replace, rehabilitate, and purchase buses and related equipment, as well as projects to purchase, rehabilitate, and construct bus-related facilities.
Founded in August 2019, SKOOT aims to make the lift-sharing experience easier, safer, more affordable and more sustainable.
The tool aims to help cities better understand how new micromobility services are impacting their communities, public spaces and existing transport networks.
The work seeks to bridge some of the gaps caused by an "absence of standard interfaces" when testing Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs).
Investment has been secured by Birmingham City Council, including £2.92 million from the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and through its newly-procured EV Network Development Partner, ESB EV Solutions.
The publication is said to be the first comprehensive document that highlights key considerations for zero-emission bus deployments and infrastructure.
Under the scheme, transport companies will be entitled to compensation in the form of grants for damages incurred by COVID-19 and the national lockdown between 1 March and 31 August 2020.