With almost twice as many people now living near a high-quality cycle route in London, TfL's latest data shows that levels of cycling in autumn 2022 was 40 per cent higher than in 2019.
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By investing in zero-emission buses across the nation, the Government of Canada aims to grow the country’s economy, provide greener transit systems to its communities and improve the quality of life of all Canadians.
Transport for London's new RoadLab 2.0 challenge will focus on reducing the disruption that roadworks often cause bus services, as well as how data on walking and cycling in London can be better used to plan future works.
Transport for Wales and Women in Transport's new Welsh Hub will identify how the current female workforce in Wales can be further supported, as well as how it can encourage more women to join the industry.
Combined with the 36 ultra-low emission buses that are arriving into Arriva Leicester’s fleet in December 2022, the launch of these new electric double deckers will mean that half of the city's bus travel will be on electric vehicles by the end of 2023.
The new low traffic measures in Heaton will encourage more people to walk, cycle and wheel on local journeys, improving air quality and creating much safer, people-friendly neighbourhoods.
In addition to expanding the ULEZ, a number of initiatives will be introduced to support more Londoners, including a new scrappage scheme for people who have disabilities or are on lower incomes and the biggest expansion of outer London's bus network.
First Bus's decision to cease all operations in Southampton has been made due to insufficient customer demand post-pandemic, changes in travel patterns, rising costs and the city's competitive bus market.
The trial extension will allow Superpedestrian, in partnership with Nottingham City Council, to further diversify e-scooter ridership by encouraging more women and older people to give the micro-mobility vehicles a try.
With contactless payments proving to be popular across all Metro routes, Translink is well on track in achieving its plans to enhance the overall customer experience through innovative ticketing solutions.
STM’s 2023 budget and 2023-2032 Capital Expenditures Program to optimise transit services in Montreal
STM's new budget will equip the agency to take on current and future challenges, as it works to meet the transportation needs of Montreal's residents and combat the financial constraints that it has faced post-pandemic.
The funding will allow the City of Greater Sudbury to develop an electric bus feasibility study and fleet transition plan, evaluating its readiness to convert to zero-emission buses and the required infrastructure.
The £640,000 funding will be utilised to make it easier for people across West Yorkshire to walk and cycle, as well as remove the barriers that are often associated with cycling for people with disabilities.
Building on the progress that the company has made across the UK in 2021-2022, Stagecoach's electrification plans will see it increase its electric bus fleet from 184 buses to 343 in the next 12 months.
The Mayor of London's strategy aims to maintain the progress that the capital has made in its transition to electric vehicles by quadrupling the number of public charge points in London by 2030.