Dubai’s transport authority says it wants a quarter of journeys in the UAE city to be smart and driverless by 2030, as it launches the second edition of its Dubai World Challenge for Self-Driving Transport competition.
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More funding is being made available for US transportation networks, as the DOT announces more than $30 billion in additional federal funding.
A team of researchers in Germany have come up with a safety system that could warn drivers of autonomous cars that they will have to take control up to seven seconds in advance.
The authority is marking 10 years of significant transport projects in the Greater Manchester region, which include expansions to the city’s Metrolink system and the UK’s biggest walking and cycling network.
The autonomous shuttles will run on a 1.6km route connecting the local train station to the premises of companies in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
A study conducted by researchers in Singapore as well as the US claims ridesharing is contributing to urban congestion, rather than alleviating it.
More than £100 million has been made available for local authorities to help purchase zero-emissions buses as part of the scheme, which the DfT hopes will help improve air quality.
Sydney’s residents will now be able to pay for Uber trips with the same Opal card they use to pay for the city’s trains, buses, and ferries.
Scooter operator TIER has joined the ITF’s Corporate Partnership Board, which helps facilitate dialogue between private companies and public bodies.
Uber’s new electric vehicle service launches in London today, in a move the ridesharing company hopes will help reduce emissions and drive a green recovery to the COVID-19 crisis.
New electric ferry could revolutionise the transport industry according to its maker, as it looks to launch its passenger ship next year.
LA Metro has approved contracts for two significant rail projects in the city, as it looks to relieve congestion on the much maligned I-405 freeway which bypasses the city.
Seattle has unveiled a comprehensive plan to move towards greener transport in the city, including the introduction of ‘Green and Healthy Streets’ and aiming for 100 per cent of shared mobility trips to be zero emissions.
With more than 330 new trains expected in 2021, Moscow is continuing to replace its ageing fleet with new trains, as it looks to modernise the 86 year-old network.
Volocopter says successful approaches to implementing urban air mobility will put customers first in every aspect, including safety, aircraft design, and air operations.