West Midlands 5G (WM5G) has developed a 5G-connected tram as part of a regional transport trial.
Google is rolling out functionality within its Maps service for users to pay for public transport and parking directly through the app.
Philippe Vappereau, chairman of CNA, explains what the smart transport ticketing suppliers can learn from the troubles in the telecoms industry.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has extended its consultation on its National Data Strategy by a week to 11:45pm on December 9.
Drone deliveries, digital mapping, apps and e-bikes are all being considered to improve transport connectivity in rural areas.
Shanghai has been named Smart City of 2020 due to its digital infrastructure, e-government services and the integration of information technology and industry.
ChargePoint and Apple’s CarPlay have launched an integration to show vehicle charging data on all compatible vehicle infotainment displays.
Skedgo and Motiontag are collaborating with new technology to help transport planners measure changes in travel behaviour.
The Government is investing £60 million in the A361, a key road linking Devon with the rest of the UK, with work expected to start this month.
TfGM has partnered with Vivacity Labs to roll out AI-controlled smart traffic junctions to help boost active travel in the region.
Route Masters has signed up to the national SPRINT business support programme to develop an innovative transport management solution for African cities.
Nexus has helped secure £100 million of Government investment after using data to help improve its public transport system.
Dr Mike Short, DIT chief scientific advisor, said the UK needs to get better at collecting and opening access to transport data in order to boost innovation.
Digital Leaders UK has announced that Sunderland has won Smart City of the Year 2020.
Geotab, the fleet telematics and connected transport provider, has developed a digital key platform that can make any vehicle with a key fob shareable.
The adoption of 5G in the transport and logistics industry could add £217bn in gross value to the global economy in 2030, according to STL Partners’ research.
Transport for West Midlands is urging the Government to help fund a £20 million ‘tap and cap’ smart ticketing system similar to London’s Oyster.
Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has introduced contactless payment technology to its fleet of buses.
In this report Capgemini Invent makes its key recommendations for OEMs on how to overcome the barriers to data monetisation.
The winners of £2.4 million funding for 5G-enabled transport projects have been annouced by West Midlands 5G (WM5G) and Transport for West Midlands (TfWM).