The UK’s largest public EV charging hub of 38 fast and ultra-rapid chargers will deliver 100 per cent renewable energy to EV drivers day and night.
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Keolis is partnering with several other transport operators and authorities to trial new technology which utilises QR codes to make public transport more accessible to those affected by sight loss.
The island of Martha’s Vineyard is launching its very own electricity grid, which will use solar power to charge the island’s electric bus fleet.
The UK government has announced the formation of a new public body, Great British Railways, which will bring the UK’s railways under single, accountable national leadership.
A new model of electric bus is set to be trialled in Barcelona which can operate for a full day on a single charge, eliminating the need for supplementary charging infrastructure.
TransLink’s new CEO Kevin Quinn is currently in the top job at Maryland Transit Administration, where he oversees a transit network comprising of several different modes.
TfL has selected the three operators to run its year-long e-scooter trial, which is slated to begin next month. Below, we hear from Dott, TIER, and Lime on their plans for scooters in the UK capital.
The two companies say the partnership is a way to get cars off roads in Sydney and Canberra, as many travellers use personal vehicles to get to and from transport hubs.
The USDOT has reminded US travellers that it is still mandatory to wear a mask on public transportation, despite the CDC updating their mask guidance for fully vaccinated people last week.
Sensor technology has been deployed in Hamburg to test whether traffic lights can be optimised to reduce wait times for all road users, while also protecting the most vulnerable on the city’s streets.
A second e-BRT line has begun operation in the Basque Country, with further improvements to stations enhancing the experience for passengers with accessibility needs and providing better travel information.
Riders in the Ohioan city of Columbus will now be able to see COTA transit options within the Lyft app, in a move with both organisations hope will improve connectivity in the city.
Spin has launched several e-scooter hire schemes in the English county of Essex, where it is now running in-person training events to educate riders on keeping themselves and other vulnerable road users safe.
The Californian transit operator says it is the first in the state to offer this kind of payment technology to passengers, which it says will make travelling both more convenient and safer.
The new project will enable staff at Imperial College’s South Kensington campus to rent two alternative powered cars, as well as folding bikes and electric bikes.