This data study by 7th Sense Research looks at how Covid-19 has accelerated a transport revolution and how public perception will drive future smart mobility demand.
Bus passenger numbers have been falling for decades, but not everywhere – and the humble bus still accounts for 58% of all public transport journeys.
Buses are a simple, affordable, proven way of allowing really dense use of city centres, which is economically powerful.
Tram travel is hugely popular in the seven areas that have a service, yet only one more tramway is planned in the UK. Paul Clifton explains why
Andy McDonald, shadow Secretary of State for Transport, reflects on a city that has used development of a modern tram network to replace car dominance
In many instances, councils don't control enough of the component parts to allow a co-ordinated approach, reports Mark Smulian
Guildford’s park-and-ride sites are served by a fleet of nine electric buses, which are popular and full, even in the middle of the day.
Travelling by bus may not be top of the agenda when it comes to planning for a smart future, but to overlook its potential is short-sighted, says Darren Shirley
Bold low-carbon plans are being laid down in Government, but just where and how will actions have the greatest effect?
Report calls for a coordinated approach to the pursuit of connected and automated mobility, reports transport and technology journalist, David Fowler.
How must they evolve to meet the different needs of the 21st century traveller? asks mobility author and consultant, Beate Kubitz.
Business and technology journalist David Fowler examines the benefits of universal basic mobility but also highlights the drawbacks.