Japanese operator Meiko Bus has implemented a mobile ticketing system across its network, including on its busy Shirahama Onsen route.
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The UK Government has announced a raft of measures to improve the country’s bus infrastructure, including funding for rural services.
Research from the RiDC suggests that there is plenty of appetite for electric vehicles among disabled people, but the technology is not accessible enough.
US transport operator First Transit has made two new appointments to its innovation leadership team as it looks to strengthen its MaaS initiatives.
COTA has been awarded accreditation from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council for the cleaning and sanitisation of its facilities and services.
Railway staff will be offered lateral flow tests twice a week to help curb the spread of COVID-19 and reassure passengers when they start to return to the railway.
The UK Government has announced funding to help local authorities tackle bad air quality throughout the UK, as well as opening a competition to find the country’s best electric vehicle innovations.
Onto customers will now be able to access Shell Recharge charge points, which the subscription provider says will offer drivers more flexibility when making the switch to electric vehicles.
Keolis’ results are more than just figures, they suggest that the future may well be brighter than the pessimistic vision many operators fear is waiting for them post-COVID-19.
The European Commissioner for Transport has also revealed that the Commission will look to implement so-called “polluter-pays” principles into place.
The very first 5G tram has been trialled in the West Midlands, where the technology has been used to provide crucial information to those with accessibility needs.
Women will no longer be permitted to wear face coverings such as the burka or niqab on Switzerland’s public transport services.
A survey released this International Women’s Day reveals an alarming number of women have been subjected to discriminatory behaviour within the transport industry.
COTA will provide extra transport services for Columbus’ school children as they head back to classrooms in the next few weeks.
New charging infrastructure that can be plugged into advertising boards or streetlights is being trialled in Paris in a bid to make micromobility even more sustainable in the French capital.