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  • MaaS audience 2.jpg MaaS is at the 'baby steps' stage but needs to get up and running soonData sharing between organisations remains a potential problem for Mobility as a Service projects, attendees at February's MaaS Market conference in London were told. Alan Dron listens in on the...
  • Auckland Airport Traffic_1.jpg Auckland reduces airport journey timesGetting from the centre of Auckland to the city's airport used to be fraught with unwanted stress for passengers but a new system combining radar, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi is smoothing things over....
  • TollMiner MAIN PIC Hooksett Tolls I-93 Everett Turnpike night 1 from Bill Boynton.jpg Turning information into storiesIBTTA says its TollMiner tool can transform transportation planning. Here, the tolling organisation explains how it works and what part it might play in Donald Trump's infrastructure plan....
  • Annual transportation cost.jpg Report highlights community impact of new mobility optionsLocal authorities and communities must understand the impacts of the new mobility options and regulate to get the transport systems they want, according to a new report. Colin Sowman takes a look....
  • Workzone - A14 aerial.jpg The importance of going with the flowEnsuring worker safety and up-to-date driver information is crucial to ensure that roadworks are not a source of danger and delay. Andrew Williams looks at a scheme on the A14 in Cambridgeshire,...
  • NaviGoGo includes a bike share scheme Dundee trial offers insight into delivering MaaS in smaller urban and rural areasA MaaS trial in Scotland will evaluate the attraction of such services for young people living in small cities and rural areas. Colin Sowman reports. It is often said that Mobility as a Service...
  • 1AbbySlovack.png Your life in their handsRail, bus and taxi operators are realising significant savings by switching to ride scheduling, booking and monitoring apps that help them greatly automate their operations - while simultaneously...
  • dreamstime_xxl_56200281.jpg US DOTs introduce measures to stop wrong-way drivingWrong-way driving (WWD) is a remarkably innocuous term for incidents that all too often cause some of the worst accidents that emergency services have to deal with. Several US states are now...
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