Through the ZEBRA 2 scheme, up to £129 million has been made available to help local transport authorities to introduce zero-emission buses, with the first £25 million prioritised for rural communities.
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With moto-sharing on the rise in Spain, Cabify's survey findings offer key insights into the changing preferences and motivations of both motorcycle riders and non-riders, reflecting a growing interest in sustainable urban transportation.
The two new faster bus services - the SL1 and SL10 - will be the next routes to be added to the network, following the launch of Superloop in July 2023.
Through the partnership with Snapchat, Bolt continues its efforts to encourage people to aspire towards better urban environments with fewer cars, less traffic emissions and congestion.
With the launch of Floya, STIB-MIVB has enabled users to plan, book and pay for multiple different modes of transport across Brussels, Belgium, within one app.
Bird's expansion into South Miami offers residents and visitors an additional mobility choice, potentially reducing the reliance on personal vehicles and promoting environmentally friendly transportation solutions.
STM and its metropolitan partners are setting a new standard in accessibility with their new inclusive mobility plan, empowering individuals with functional limitations to navigate public transportation independently.
With an increasing number of zero-emission buses in operation and a well-defined roadmap for the future, Auckland Transport is taking significant measures to establish a more environmentally friendly public transportation system.
The secured $104 million grant will not only facilitate the conversion of bus garages but will allow WMATA to procure new battery electric buses, while also fostering workforce development and training initiatives.
An agreement between TfWM and major bus operators ensures the continued operation of bus services, averting potential cuts following the ending of UK government COVID-19 support funding.
Paris enacted a historic e-scooter ban on 31 August 2023, following an overwhelming citizen referendum vote in April 2023, marking a significant shift in the city's transportation landscape and setting a potential model for other urban areas.
As part of its commitment to become a carbon-neutral city by 2038, Manchester is making significant strides toward establishing itself as Europe's first cycling capital.
With the introduction of the UK government's MaaS code of practice, commuters across the country can expect more streamlined journeys that are not only cost-effective but also prioritise accessibility and safety for everyone.
The launch of Tap and Pay is all part of a network-wide ticketing upgrade that is designed to make public transport simpler, safer and easier to use across the city of Adelaide.
UITP India and ICCT's four-year project aims to accelerate Bengaluru's shift to cleaner bus fleets through an MoU with BMTC, addressing route planning and charging challenges while presenting a strategy for a zero-emission bus fleet by 2030.