After Covid-19, the real challenge for the transport industry is to present the bus as the dominant mobility solution for the next 20 years.
“Even the best Allocators can struggle in the pressure cooker that’s known as the Traffic Office”
We have a chance to position public transport as a champion of clean air, but the window to act is preciously small.
Buses don’t drive themselves – at least, not yet and if we are to ‘bus back better’, what do the drivers of tomorrow need?
Find out how Intelligent Transport Systems can deal with public transport disruptions and diversions so that your passengers can keep moving to their destination.
Find out the history of Passenger Information Displays, and why they are needed to make the passenger experience better.
Find out why accurate on-board information provides a better passenger experience – whether they are on a bus, tram, train, or ferry.
But bus stops, bus shelters and stations go well beyond their simple function of being the starting point or end point of a journey.
Franchising models are not new. So why the sudden renewed interest? Kim Emmerson takes a look using some interesting global examples.
Whilst visiting Cardiff Bus to watch the morning run-out, Pete Adney takes the opportunity to explain what Yard Manager is all about.
Information Technology for Public Transport supports the implementation of standards and procedures for integrated IT systems for public transport.
Driven by Information Technology for Public Transport (ITxPT), public transport is speeding towards an exciting new future.
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