Debate has been sparked within the transport industry among politicians, local authorities, and unions alike, as face coverings look set to be ditched as a legal requirement in England.
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Massachusetts authorities are planning some quick-build projects in a bid to extend the bus network in Boston and help to relieve some of the most congested areas of the city.
TIER has partnered with Google Maps to make it easier for users in big European cities to access its micromobility options, as it looks to expand into more locations in Europe.
Transport operator Keolis has been awarded a big contract to run Copenhagen’s bus network, as well as seeing contracts for other Danish cities extended.
The MTA has announced the return of its Access-A-Ride service as it registers yet another day of record breaking pandemic-era ridership.
TfL has updated its Tfl Go app to include more accurate crowdedness information for its stations, as Londoners return to the city’s transport network with restrictions easing.
The DfT says it will work with the disability charity to set accessibility standards for EV chargepoints as the UK’s electric mobility sector continues to rise.
The Ohioan transit authority joins companies like PepsiCo and Airbnb on a list of the best companies in the US for women to advance in, thanks to equal representation in its executive leadership team.
Transport for Wales will install the machines at more than 80 per cent of its stations across its network after the high-profile use of one on Christian Eriksen during Euro 2020.
The MTA has responded to reports that it will no longer accept cash at its station booths across the subway network, stating that no decision has been taken yet.
A new e-scooter safety group is calling for a speed limit on all scooters, as well as the implementation of a mandatory noise to be fitted to vehicles in order to alert vulnerable road users.
The new LA Metro project will connect Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) with the city’s transport network, with light rail and bus connections planned for the new transport hub.
It’s hoped the app will help provide better information and access to transport in the Highlands and Islands region of Scotland, an area which can be difficult to navigate via public transport.
Bird will launch the bike sharing service in select cities this year, as it looks to partner with organisations in Europe and the US to bring Bird Bike to more locations.
UITP has elected its newest President after the General Assembly voted for Khalid Alhogail to take up the role for the next two years, following his tenure as UITP Vice President.