Multi-year analysis will serve as the first-ever roadmap for the full electrification of CTA’s bus fleet, which will require the replacement of over 1,800 buses.
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With its acquisition of Spin, TIER expands its global footprint to more than 520 cities and communities in 21 countries and its fleet to 300,000 vehicles.
Building on two years’ worth of unprecedented government support to keep bus and light rail networks running, the UK government’s new funding package will support operators across England in their post-pandemic recovery.
Following its 2021 pilot programme, Bolt has found that in-app encouragements have significantly impacted mobility habits, with 60 per cent of users shifting from a ride hail to an e-scooter for journeys shorter than 3km.
DVG takes another step towards low-emission local public transport, with the launch of seven electric buses - which are expected to reduce noise levels and up to 1,000 tonnes of CO2 in the city every year.
Upon completion, IndyGo’s three new bus rapid transit lines, including the ground-broken Purple Line, will help to increase economic opportunity and the quality of life in Indianapolis.
In order to support the high demand for flexible, on-demand and multimodal mobility in Düsseldorf, Voi Technology has integrated its e-scooters in the city's new MaaS app, launched by Rheinbahn.
The federal funding will allow New Orleans RTA to replace the Algiers Point landing barge, supporting its efforts to improve equitable transit options throughout the city.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority served approximately 461 million riders in 2021, representing a 115 million rider increase compared to 2020.
With the launch of the Estarrejabus transit network in early February 2022, Transdev is now providing residents of the municipality of Estarreja with an important mobility solution.
As part of the first phase of the Zero Emission Bus Challenge Fund, £62 million in government funding will support smaller bus operators and rural service providers across Scotland in making the shift to zero-emission buses.
Recommendations outlining bus franchising as the preferred future model for the region’s network are set to be presented to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority.
Following two short-term extensions to the existing funding settlement in February 2022, the UK government and City Hall have agreed on a further four-month extension for Transport for London's funding settlement.
As part of its commitment to provide environmentally-friendly micro-mobility options, Dott’s integration with the KVB app will allow riders in Cologne to take advantage of an efficient and sustainable way to travel in the city.
With the three new bus networks set to commence on 1 August 2022, Keolis will operate a total of 101 lines and approximately 400 vehicles – providing better transport links to over 400,000 residents.