Public Transport stories
How advanced digital technologies are making London roads work better
Transport for London implements advanced digital technologies to manage congestion and improve efficiency on London's roads.
Victoria's transport to be digitally transformed by HCLTech's innovative solution
HCLTech partners with Victoria's Department of Transport and Planning to launch a digital platform improving the passenger experience.
Alipay+ launches initiative to promote sustainable cross-border travel
Ant International's Alipay+ rolls out campaign geared towards supporting sustainable practices in cross-border travel.
Dyson's powerful noise-cancelling headphones coming to NZ
Dyson's high-fidelity noise-cancelling headphones have arrived in New Zealand, offering a pure listening experience lasting up to 50 hours.
Certis Australia partners with G:link to improve experiences
Integrated security provider, Certis Australia, has announced a new strategic partnership with the Gold Coast Light Rail, also known as G:link.
Littlepay revolutionizes bus payment system in Regional NSW
Littlepay links with Transport for NSW to replace paper tickets with contactless payments on Dubbo, Bathurst buses.
Alibaba Cloud promotes sustainability and inclusion at the Asian Games with new web app
Alibaba Cloud introduces a web app promoting sustainability and inclusivity at the Asian Games and Asian Para Games.
Account-based Ticketing (ABT) – the continued deep dive
New forms of travel media like biometrics and ultra-wideband will be easier to adopt without drastically altering the back office.
Digital systems running India's DFC cannot afford to fail
A key challenge for the DFC was the need to integrate modern technology and systems to ensure seamless and efficient operations.
Simon McLevie Elected to ITS Australia Board of Directors
Simon McLevie, VP of Business Development at Cubic Transportation Systems, has been elected to the board of directors of ITS Australia.
Honeywell and Link Alliance join forces to improve Auckland's public transport
Honeywell is working with Link Alliance to install integrated control system and communications system for Auckland's City Rail Link Project.
Mooven appoints Nick Walsh as account executive based out of New South Wales
Nick Walsh appointed as account executive for Mooven, aiming to accelerate customer growth in Australia's eastern states.
Masabi and Fujitsu Australia extend partnership for ANZ
Masabi has formed a strategic relationship with Fujitsu Australia to deliver the next phase in ticketing and payment innovation to cities across ANZ.
World's first all-weather autonomous bus to start work in April
A partnership in Finland has launched a new autonomous bus that can operate in any weather conditions - including the country's harsh winters.
How taxis are advancing the IoT industry
The transportation industry shows how a technology like IoT can be applied, built on, and provide new opportunities with the data it collects.
NZTA hosting hackathon for ideas to make roads safer
Developers, tech experts and people with engineering or transport backgrounds will come together with to improve the public transport system.
Aussie company Vix wins US$30m Dallas deal
Australia's Vix Technology has inked a US$30 million deal to provide a state-of-the-art fare system to the Dallas Area Rapid Transit.
Souter Investments invests $12 million in double deck buses for Auckland
Souter Investments, the global public transport company owned by Scottish transport entrepreneur Brian Souter, is investing $12 million in 15 new d.
Uber has impact on transit price index
As Auckland comes in at #28 in the World Ubran Transit Price Index, it seems Uber is having a real influence on transport costs across the world.
Snapper moves into Auckland market
New Zealand’s leading contactless ticketing and payment system, Snapper, is set to be widely available in Auckland in 2010, with an eye on the Rugby World Cup.