Hamish Falconer, assistant delivery manager at Colas Rail UK / Midland Metro Alliance, provides exclusive insight into the biggest challenges and greatest benefits of developing the UK’s first battery-powered tram to run along a track built without overhead wires.
Brett Wheatley, vice president of mobility marketing and growth at Ford, provides insight into the automotive OEM’s collaboration with the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, which piloted Ford’s City Insights Platform to explore and help solve a variety of mobility issues.
Prior to being scrapped, France’s Ecotax distance based truck toll was to be scaled back, reports Scott Wilson As previously reported, the French Government had been committed to implementing a distance/size based heavy goods vehicle charge on all national highways (this excludes the extensive private and public corporation owned toll motorway network), using GPS technology, […]
The Mayors’ Council outlines ambitious plans for regional transportation investments in Metro Vancouver Pricing is the primary tool used to allocate scare resources across the globe. As the number of vehicles using the roads increases, so does congestion, delay, and user dissatisfaction. Next year, residents in the Metro Vancouver area will be asked to vote […]
New Zealand has operated a road user charging system since 1978 using mechanical hubodometers and paper based licences to charge per kilometre and tonne across the entire public road network. The charging regime applies to all heavy vehicles (over 3500kgs) and light vehicles powered by diesel and alternative fuels. Petrol powered light vehicles are taxed […]