In an attempt to save London’s public transport and to avoid cuts to network services, Transport for London’s emergency government funding deal has been extended by one week.
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Due to recent incidents of privately-owned e-scooters and e-unicycles catching fire whilst on Transport for London services, all will be banned on London's transport network from 13 December 2021.
Metro-North Railroad customers can now turn to Google Maps to see the capacity of seats available in each car at any given moment to make informed decisions based on real-time data.
Real-time predictive fleet maintenance platform Stratio has announced a $12 million Series A funding round to further accelerate the company’s global expansion.
HumanForest's new e-mopeds will be available from January 2022 in London, initially for a trial period with 100 vehicles in operation.
By signing the MoU, UITP and the European Investment Bank have committed to collaborate in supporting ambitious urban mobility strategies, with public transport and active mobility as the backbone.
The new section of Moscow Metro's BCL features 10 new stations, which will improve transport accessibility for 1.4 million residents of 11 districts of the city.
The regional decarbonisation strategy - which is the first of its kind - outlines a commitment from the North of England to achieve near-zero carbon emissions from surface transport by 2045.
Bird is now offering its on-demand accessible mobility programme in San Diego and San Francisco, in addition to its ongoing pilot in The Bronx.
The new app will enable Transport for Wales customers to access up-to-date travel information and buy tickets quickly and easily.
As part of a research trial into improving road safety for micro-mobility users, Dott's e-scooters were fitted with sensors to monitor rider behaviour.
The contract marks the first time that Region 9 buses will be operated privately in Greater Sydney and will see Transdev John Holland introduce new zero emission buses in the region.
The largest subway expansion plan in Canadian history, the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension in Ontario, has entered the next stage of planning, design and procurement.
As we reach the end of 2021, Bird has published a range of end-of-year data outlining the environmental, economic and other notable achievements that it made during 2021.
By overhauling the fares structure and introducing TOTO payments in West Yorkshire, First Bus hopes to encourage more people to travel by bus post-pandemic.