(Excerpt from Public Transport Trends 2017.) In Dubai, the car-booking app Careem, allows passengers to easily book a chauffeur-driven vehicle.
An international jury selected the 24 finalists from over 230 applications, looking to reward ambition, innovation, partnership and transferability to other regions.
With a new 3D modelling tool, EBSF_2 project adapts the layout of the bus of the future to different passenger needs.
From the beginning, the New York City subway is operating on a 24-hour basis.
Robert Puentes, President and CEO of the Eno Center for Transportation, will be the keynote speaker at the 2017 UITP Summit.
In Singapore, the public transport operator Tower Transit has become an employer of choice.
UITP's foundation Youth For Public Transport is organising hackathons around the world, aiming at developing sustainable solutions to urban mobility challenges.
The advent of the smartphone and increased digitalisation launched an unprecedented emergence of new players in the public transport sector.
A growing trend has emerged: public transport operators are turning to original equipment manufacturers for maintenance of their rolling stock...
What is InnovHub? A one-stop innovation hub, gathering remarkable projects and bright ideas to foster innovation in public transport.
For the first time, UITP publishes cyber security recommendations to help public transport organisations protecting their information systems.
The 2017 edition of UITP’s Public Transport Trends report takes an in-depth look at key challenges and trends in the mobility sector.
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