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Street life is the motor of society, where humans come together.
In 2015, 243 billion public transport journeys were made in 39 countries around the world. This figure represents an 18% increase compared to
Over the past decade, station-based bike sharing has been successfully introduced to many cities worldwide, encouraging more cycling and promoting more healthy and liveable cities.
The SORT project ('Standardised On-Road Test cycles'), an initiative of the UITP Bus Committee, first aimed at providing the bus sector with a standardised means of comparing the energy consumption
As public transport becomes increasingly digitised, high quality data is the foundation of everything we will do in the future.