The UK Government-backed project will test its autonomous vehicles on Birmingham’s busy road network as it looks to advance driverless technology in the UK.
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The Synectics webinar will outline just how crucial collaboration between transport operators is when it comes to improving passenger experience, especially data-sharing.
The new mobile payment capacity will be accepted anywhere SmarTrip is accepted, including on all Metrorail, Metrobus, and some regional services.
Transit agencies have been crucial in providing citizens across the US with transit to and from their vaccine appointments, often free of charge.
The real-time information lets passengers choose the carriages with the most open seats via an app, or digital displays at platforms.
Sheffield’s politicians have their eye on a shake-up of the city’s bus network, with new bus shelters and electric vehicles in the planned bid to be submitted.
TfL’s scooter trial begins today, with Londoners able to rent Lime, Dott, and TIER vehicles in select areas of the capital.
First Bus is hoping to transform the Glasgow depot into the UK’s largest electric vehicle charging hub, with the first phase of the project scheduled to be completed this year.
TIER has revealed a new pricing structure to encourage safer riding, with users given a free minute at the start of each trip so they can put on their helmet and carry out other safety checks.
The CTA’s modernisation project will see significant work completed on the city’s famous “L” rapid transit network, including brand new stations with wider platforms and elevators.
The 57th Street station is now fully accessible, and becomes the 12th accessibility project completed by New York’s MTA in the past year and a half.
It’s hoped the planned mobility hub in Ancoats will provide greater flexibility to residents leasing housing in the area by providing access to electric vehicles as well as car park spaces.
The President’s Budget includes plenty of interest for the US transportation industry, including plans to transform what the USDOT has called the country’s “crumbling infrastructure”.
The DfT has agreed a new funding package for TfL, yet it has laid out strict conditions that London’s transport operator will need to fulfil in return for the much-needed cash injection.
Dubai’s RTA has backed a plan drawn up to significantly cut emissions from public transport in the UAE city, as the country looks to meet climate goals in the coming years.