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Onboard passenger information solution for UK bus and coach industry

Onboard passenger information solution for UK bus and coach industry

In addition to being able to use reliable, high-performance onboard wi-fi, passengers will have instant access to accurate arrival times, assistance and onward travel options.

ViaVan launches first- and last-mile transit solution in Finland

ViaVan launches first- and last-mile transit solution in Finland

Transit solution will allow residents of the Helsinki suburb of Espoo to book on-demand rides and connect to train and Metro stations in the operating zone.

Hitachi Rail pilots smart ticket technology

Hitachi Rail pilots smart ticket technology

The sensor beacon technology being developed and trialled could eventually result in the removal of ticket barriers and signal an end to queues at the ticket machine.

UK bus operator offers real-time service updates via Google Maps

UK bus operator offers real-time service updates via Google Maps

Go North West is working with ITO World to integrate the information which will be used by those using its Manchester service to make more informed travel decisions.

Alliance seeks clarity on legal framework and roles in MaaS ecosystems

Alliance seeks clarity on legal framework and roles in MaaS ecosystems

An analysis by the Mobility-as-a-Service Alliance provides an insight into the rights and obligations of private actors and public transport authorities and operators.

Canberra launches smart city light rail network

Canberra launches smart city light rail network

The Australian capital describes the network as a key building block in its vision to create a smart and sustainable city, serving 500,000 people by 2030.
Podcast: The central role of cities in the sharing economy, with Chelsea Rustrum

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Podcast: The central role of cities in the sharing economy, with Chelsea Rustrum

There’s a big opportunity for cities to better harness the sharing economy to achieve municipal goals and give power back to the people, Rustrum says.