As the number and diversity of urban mobility services is rapidly growing around the world, it’s no surprise that MaaS is the next hot topic.
The UITP Policy Brief, Public transport and business: empowering our cities, elaborates on the multifaceted value of public transport, as well as advocates for a stronger collaboration between all stakeholders from the beginning of public transport investments and urban development projects.
Car reliance generates adverse effects that negatively impact the health of citizens.
The Policy Brief, ‘Public transport as an instrument for urban regeneration’, summarises that public transport is an essential instrument for urban regeneration as part of a city’s strategy.
Street life is the motor of society, where humans come together.
According to various estimations, fully autonomous cars would be available in the early 2020s.
Several transformative trends are changing the urban mobility landscape.
Public Transport has a key role to play in encouraging more active travel, as most public transport journeys involve a walk to and from the public transport stop compared with the much more sedenta
In this Policy Brief, UITP explains why regular, moderate and accountable fare adjustments should be the rule.
In recent years waterborne transport has become an integral part of the urban landscape.