The new funding will support seven NJ TRANSIT projects which will help advance electrification and improve first- and last-mile connectivity, creating a safer, greener and more accessible transport network across New Jersey.
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Stagecoach passengers across Oxford, Manchester, Yorkshire, Preston, Northampton, Mansfield, Portsmouth, Chichester, Winchester, Torquay, Folkestone and Newcastle will benefit from more sustainable buses from 2023.
Forming part of the Mouvement bus 2025 vision, the operator, STM, will be adding 10.8 kilometres of reserved lanes to the current bus network.
TfN’s EVCI framework has been developed to support local authority and national government partners in the planning and deployment of EV charging infrastructure.
The Can$472.5 million Pie-IX BRT project will tackle single-car occupancy, providing a sustainable urban transport offering to connect and enhance Montréal's east end.
Voi's latest report finds that its shared e-scooters are on track to provide an estimated £37 million boost to the UK high street in 2022, helping support up to 1,400 jobs.
As part of its goal to achieve a 100 per cent electric bus fleet by 2035, Kinetic plans to explore operating zero-emission bus technology in Australia’s remote terrains, such as Western Australia’s resources-rich Pilbara.
In line with its commitment to make public transit services more accessible, RIPTA's six month pilot will provide 600 low-income Rhode Islanders, who do not qualify for an existing discounted fare programme, with no fare bus passes.
FREE NOW users in Germany can now easily purchase tickets for buses, trams and underground trains directly from its app, while simultaneously accessing the company's vast mobility offering.
As part of TfL's new Leisure Walking Plan, the existing Walk London network of seven long-distance routes, spanning 28 boroughs, has been digitised to make it more easily accessible to everyone across the capital.
Bolt's new feature will give people the opportunity to earn an additional monthly income by renting out their car through its app, as the cost-of-living continues to rise across Europe.
With MTA's full Strategic Action Plan to be released by the end of 2022, these initial actions represent the authority's first steps to providing more car-free access to public transit across the New York region.
All 23 driverless trains for the Sydney Metro City & Southwest project are expected to be in service on the North West Metro Line by mid-2023, doubling the number of trains on the network and providing customers with additional flexibility.
nextbike by TIER will provide riders with a total of 2,600 e-bikes in the Barcelona Metropolitan Area at the beginning of 2023, with full expansion expected to be completed by the end of April.
The Recovery and Sustainability Challenge will deploy technologies to address public transit safety, track new mobility patterns and support clean energy goals over a one-year pilot.