The Bus2025 programme in Île-de-France receives a welcome boost in the form of a significant grant from the European Commission.
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Tram services will be protected across the North and Midlands, with a further £67.8 million available to keep essential services running.
Transport for Wales (TfW), Keolis and Amey have reached an agreement which will lead to the implementation of a new financing and operational model.
The new insights of the updated report show where UK companies are well placed to deliver core elements of Connected and Autonomous Mobility.
The public trials of six autonomous vehicles in Oxford form part of Project Endeavour's programme which shall run until autumn 2021, with live tests in three major UK cities.
Having doubled the number of female train driver applicants within the last 12 months, Govia Thameslink Railway will look to double the figure again in 2021.
Dubai RTA and Dubai Police came together in a meeting to coordinate on safe cycling, new cycle tracks and the safe trial of e-scooters throughout the city.
Applications are strongly encouraged from Metro riders, transit advocates and community-based organisations from a diverse range of perspectives, to create the 15 member committee.
The Nottingham trial will see key workers able to hire an e-scooter at a discounted price of £30 per month, and short term rental paid by the minute available to visitors, students and the wider public.
MTA is the first North American transit agency to pilot the technology as it continues in its efforts to minimise the health risk to customers and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Uber will invest over $100 million in a new joint venture with SK Telecom (SKT), plus another $50 million in T Map Mobility - SKT's newly-independent mobility business.
Xiangtan is in the midst of rapid urbanisation and will use part of the $200 million ADB loans to transform its public transport network.
Arriva's new CEO Mike Cooper gets to work in his new role following an announcement in August that Dr. Manfred Rudhart would step down from the position in early October.
Pedestrians First - a new guide, report and toolset to help cities assess their walkability - shows that U.S. cities are typically less walkable than some of their global counterparts.
Transit agencies without a thorough cyber-attack response plan leave themselves at considerable risk, as new research suggests this could be as many as 40 per cent of U.S. agencies.