Londoners can now effortlessly navigate the city's streets using Voi e-scooters, seamlessly integrated into the FREENOW app, offering an affordable and eco-friendly alternative to private cars.
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Metro Flex is partnering with the City of Issaquah to provide affordable, flexible transit options to its residents, revolutionising transportation and reducing reliance on single-occupancy vehicles.
Beryl's Impact Report for 2023 showcases its dedication to sustainability, gender equality and reducing its carbon footprint, all while promoting a 'hire and share' model to drive positive change in transportation and society.
Passengers on the NSW TrainLink coach service can now enjoy a trial of free satellite-based Wi-Fi and advanced mobile signal boost technology for improved connectivity during their journeys through remote areas.
Transdev GMVA Mobilités has secured an eight-year contract to operate Kicéo's urban transport network in Golfe du Morbihan - Vannes agglomeration, signifying a major stride toward sustainability and efficiency from 2024 to 2031.
The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority extends the fare-free period for the SunRunner BRT, celebrating its remarkable success with over 260,000 passengers in just three months.
Dott has doubled the lifespan of 10,000 e-scooters through refurbishment, significantly reducing carbon emissions while advancing its sustainability initiatives.
Arriva has emerged as the victor in the first competitive public tender for Central Bohemia, securing 14 distinct bus contracts for a 10-year period, with operations set to commence in December 2024.
With the expansion of smart technology across the regional bus fleet, TfNSW continues its commitment to modernising public transport and providing passengers with the tools they need to navigate the state's bus network seamlessly.
Valley Metro has awarded a three-year contract, with options that could bring the total contract term to 10 years, to Keolis to operate and maintain its bus network in metro Phoenix’s East Valley.
Following the confirmation that Phase 2 of HS2 will no longer move ahead, the UK government has outlined its plans for a revolution in England’s transport infrastructure that will be delivered with the redirected HS2 funding.
With this acquisition, Bird now operates in 87% of the top 50 most populous cities in the U.S. and Canada, in line with its commitment to expand access to sustainable urban transportation.
Following the UK Prime Minister confirming that Phase 2 of HS2 will be cancelled, the UK rail industry has voiced its disappointment.
IdFM continues its efforts to improve air quality in stations and underground spaces, focusing on monitoring emissions, modernising transportation and enhancing ventilation for a healthier commuter experience.
Amidst soaring costs and gasoline prices, the latest report from APTA reveals that choosing public transportation over driving can put more than $13,000 back in Americans' pockets.