First Bus passengers in Leicester and Stoke-on-Trent are now benefitting from the Tap On/ Tap Off scheme, which enables contactless payments and ensures daily and weekly fare capping.
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Disabled public transport users in UK uncomfortable with easing of COVID-19 restrictions, says new research
An RiDC report has suggested that over 60 per cent of disabled people in the UK now feel uncomfortable travelling on public transport.
The virtual 'Troika' card will enable passengers to pay for public transport across Moscow - including the metro, buses, trams and trains - with their smartphones, rather than by card.
The Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, Dr Nik Johnson, has called for a regional transport network that is shaped by 'Compassion, Co-operation and Community'.
COTA says the renovations on its central maintenance facility will enable the operator to expand it’s electric vehicle charging capability.
Health care workers will continue to receive free public transport access until the end of the month, while a public consultation has been launched on a new rapid transit project.
Newly installed MTA Chairman and CEO Janno Lieber has rung the changes, with Craig Cipriano and Demetrius Crichlow given new roles within New York’s transit leadership.
Moscow Metro says the test will involve 1,000 passengers and will begin on Line 4 only, with more lines set to be included in the future.
Drivers on the London Underground will walk out over a dispute about the way drivers are scheduled for the Night Tube, with all drivers set to be given night shifts as well as day shifts.
The MTA has big plans to make New York’s transport network even more accessible for its passengers, including new subway car designs and station overhauls.
The DfT has announced plans to improve accessibility for disabled travellers in the UK, including an audit of train stations and new regulations for bus operators.
Contactless payment capability has been rolled out on certain Santa Barbara bus services for the first time this week, with Clean Air Express users receiving a discount for using contactless to pay.
Tyneside councils have been criticised after plans aimed at cleaning up Newcastle’s air have been delayed until July of next year.
A crucial infrastructure bill is reportedly being held up after Democrats and Republicans disagree over mass transit funding – though one Senator claims an agreement is close.
Madrid’s Metro system is showing signs of recovery, though there is still a long way to go before passenger levels return to pre-pandemic benchmarks.