Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Transport News

Government Europa brings you the latest Transport News from across the field of European Government Policy.

Revolutionary: Alstom transport introduces world’s first hydrogen powered cell train

Revolutionary: Alstom transport introduces world’s first hydrogen powered cell train

One of Europe’s largest railway manufacturers, Alstom transport has officially rolled out its hydrogen trains in Lower Saxony, Germany. Equipped with fuel cells which convert...
Freight train derailment disrupts rush hour traffic on UK rail routes

Freight train derailment disrupts rush hour traffic on UK rail routes

A freight train derailment near Birmingham, UK, has emphasised the need for greater safety protocols and smarter transport solutions. The freight train derailment occurred near...
New cohort of businesses to join UK’s Intelligent Mobility Accelerator

New cohort of businesses to join UK’s Intelligent Mobility Accelerator

The UK’s Transport Systems Catapult has announced a number of new small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and start-ups that will join its Intelligent Mobility...
Make the right choice with Find Your Gap

Make the right choice with Find Your Gap

Find Your Gap aims to improve our cities by providing the right tools for smart parking. Quality of life, efficiency and sustainability are key factors...
Zero Emission Vehicle Summit: UK invests £606m in green vehicles

Zero Emission Vehicle Summit: UK invests £606m in green vehicles

At the UK’s first ever Zero Emission Vehicle Summit, Prime Minister Theresa May announced a £106m investment in green vehicles, with a further £500m...
Innovative new public transport service launches in Belfast

Innovative new public transport service launches in Belfast

The city of Belfast, UK, has launched passenger services on its innovative new public transport service, Glider. The Belfast Rapid Transit Glider aims to serve...
SmartPort: research and development for the port of Rotterdam

SmartPort: research and development for the port of Rotterdam

Government Europa speaks to Elisabeth van Opstall, managing director of SmartPort about how the port of Rotterdam is leading the way in port technology...
New study evaluates MaaS implementation, growth and readiness

New study evaluates MaaS implementation, growth and readiness

A new study suggests that mobility as a service (MaaS) platforms will replace 2.3bn private vehicle journeys annually by 2023, and names Helsinki, Finland...
Innovation challenge calls for artificial intelligence solutions in aviation

Innovation challenge calls for artificial intelligence solutions in aviation

The UK-Canada Artificial Intelligence (AI) Innovation Challenge calls on technology developers to pursue artificial intelligence solutions in aviation. Stakeholders in the AI Innovation Challenge believe...
Advanced fuel cards can cut the rising costs of running a fleet

Advanced fuel cards can cut the rising costs of running a fleet

Paul Holland of FLEETCOR explains how advanced fuel cards can benefit public sector organisations as the effects of Brexit are likely to send British...

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