With its London-based Smart Mobility Living Lab the UK is well placed to lead on the introduction of new mobility platforms, says TRL’s Iwan Parry
Connected and autonomous vehicles, MaaS and intelligent transport systems are moving from lab into the real world, with over 100 smart mobility trials underway
Three areas of England have been given DfT blessing to experiment with differing forms of transport. Their findings could have major implications for us all
The Urban Transport Group has been looking at the issues and options of applying Mobility as a Service (MaaS) to city regional transport services
Cardiff bus users can now travel even more seamlessly around the city thanks to a collaboration between bike share operator nextbike.
In our connected world, data has a huge role to play – and if channelled in the right direction it can be one of our greatest assets, reports David Fowler.
Intel has acquired Moovit, a mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) solutions company, for approximately $900 million ($840 million net of Intel Capital equity gain).
The Department for Transport has extended its call for evidence on three core areas of future mobility as part for its Future of Transport regulatory review.
The UK Government-supported Autodrive Project trialled a range of autonomous and connected vehicles over a three-year period, starting in 2015.
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London Datastore recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Created to make the city’s data widely available, it was one of the first of its kind.
A report from the Commission on Travel Demand says electric and autonomous vehicles could actually exacerbate the problems of poorly utilised cars
The Government has called for new evidence on UK transport laws and launched a £90 million technology trial to boost smart transport initiatives in four areas.
Amey Investments, which helps fund infrastructure projects, has identified the Government’s “lack of joined up thinking” as one of the biggest challenges facing the development of mobility.