Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) are a flexible form of shared transport and infrastructure where the day-to-day service provision is shaped by the demand of the users
Passenger Information Holograms (sometimes called Avatars) are the next generation of digital signage, intended to improve the efficiency of providing tailored assistance to customers
An Electric Vehicle (EV) is an alternative to traditional gasoline-based vehicles that can be powered through a collector system by electricity from off-vehicle sources (such as overhead power lines), or self-contained via a battery, solar panel, or electric generator
The solution is an Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) system for heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs).
Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) are emerging technologies that allow road users and roadside infrastructure to share information with each other
The Public Fishing Terminal (?TPP?) of Manaus was built in 2010 by the National Department of Transport Infrastructure - DNIT, in partnership with the Municipality of Manaus.
Smart Stations are areas of influence in a city, delivering the accessibility and connectivity aspects of transport strategies: they are unique in terms of role, location, services and use in terms of time and space
Parties involved (public and private): Egyptian National Railways ?ENR?, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of International Cooperation, Ministry of Finance.
Regional navigation and information system (hereinafter-RNIS) is a system designed for information and navigation support of the transport complex of a constituent entity of the Russian Federation through the use of GLONASS/GPS technology aimed at enhancing the safety and efficiency of passenger and cargo transportation at the regional level
Many governments are supporting measures to encourage the uptake of Electric Vehicles (EVs) as they can contribute to a wide range of transport policy goals, including improvements in air quality and noise pollution
Digital service platform integrating the latest digital and communication technologies such as cloud computing, 5G, big data and the Internet of Things can effectively improve the operation and management efficiency of transport hubs such as airports, harness economic, social and governance (ESG) benefits, and enhance the security and quality of services.
The adoption of technology (digital technologies) in “classic” transport infrastructure, across all stages of the lifecycle - from the planning, design, construction and maintenance - is becoming more and more relevant in order to enhance sustainability, efficiency, safety and longevity of the infrastructure to the benefit of the users and the society as a whole
Two sovereign loans of up to EUR 107 million to Georgia (EUR 27 million and EUR 80 million respectively) and a capital grant of EUR 7 million from the Eastern Europe Energy Efficiency and Environment Partnership were provided to support the City of Tbilisi and its municipal bus company Tbilisi Transport Company LLC to improve and modernise the bus operations
Existing bus services along the Broadway corridor, one of Vancouver?s busiest, were proving increasingly inadequate in the face of growing transportation demand
At its core, Mobility as a Service (MaaS) relies on a digital platform that integrates end-to-end trip planning, booking, electronic ticketing, and payment services across all modes of transportation, public or private
The Sagrera railway station is a major through station under construction in Barcelona
It is the second bridge that crosses over to Cádiz from the mainland, after Carranza bridge, and one of the highest bridges in Europe, with a gauge of 69 meters and a total length of 5 kilometres
“Vertiports” are platforms used by electric aerial vehicles (see also the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Passenger Travel use case) for vertical take-off and landing
The dynamic pricing of roadways and parking spaces is the practise of varying the price of a toll or fee that reflects the changing demand on that infrastructure
A project that that drastically cuts travel, transportation and freight times from one side of the Alps to the other along the Rhine-Alpine Corridor, one of the busiest freight routes, connecting Northern to Southern Europe.