As part of a five-year partnership, EMT Madrid will assist two transport operators in Bogotá in the design of maintenance plans for their transport fleets, as well as reviewing any environmental management procedures.
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Following the UK government’s decision to lift all COVID-19 restrictions, face coverings will no longer be required on Transport for London services from 24 February 2022, though TfL will continue to strongly recommend their use.
In order to make transit more accessible for customers, RTC SNV has expanded its cash-to-mobile programme, as well as introduced new web-based payment portals and upgraded fixed route fare validators.
Representing the first ever battery-electric automated bus procurement, the Automated Bus Consortium has announced the release of a Request for Proposals to procure 70 full-size Level 4 automated buses.
In order to improve equity for its passengers, customers who use RTD Denver's Access-a-Ride paratransit service are now able to purchase their fares by cash, paper ticket or mobile ticket.
As part of MTA's ongoing efforts to become more bike friendly for the convenience of passengers, Metro-North Railroad has launched a pilot programme involving six secure bike parking spaces at Grand Central Terminal.
The arrival of the first 10 of 30 new electric buses in Bermuda signifies an important milestone in Bermuda's efforts to deliver a cleaner, more resilient future for its residents and visitors.
Offering a more accessible and convenient way for passengers to pay for travel, BC Transit's new electronic fare collection system, Umo, is set to be launched across British Columbia in late 2022.
The Mayor of Moscow and Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport have outlined their intentions to increase the development of autonomous mobility in the Russian capital city, including driverless trams and autonomous taxis.
As part of a series of measures to increase public transport use across the country, the Scottish government’s £800,000 funding will help bus operators and local authorities to improve services in their region.
Combining ticketing and payment, journey planning and real-time information services, BKK's new BudapestGO app will make travelling by public transport in the Hungarian capital city easier and more convenient.
Following the launch of 2,000 of its e-scooters in Brussels, marking its arrival in Belgium, TIER Mobility plans to further expand its presence in the city by evolving towards a multimodal service.
Following the last of the major COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in the UK, TfL has reported that Tube and bus ridership is now regularly around 60 per cent and 50 per cent, respectively, of pre-pandemic levels.
As part of a 12-month trial, Neuron will be launching a fleet of 300 e-scooters in Rockhampton with a range of new safety features, including an app-controlled helmet lock and voice guidance to help riders to travel safely.
As part of its 2018-2027 Strategic Plan, Le Réseau de transport de la Capitale is set to acquire 30 electric buses by 2026, marking the beginning of its transition to the operation of a fully electric bus fleet.