DfT plans 'package of measures' to head off smart motorway fears
The transport secretary is finalising ‘a serious package of measures’ to tackle concerns over the safety of smart motorways, MPs have been told.
During a House of Commons debate on all lane running (ALR) schemes, in which the hard shoulder is removed to create an extra lane, transport minister George Freeman stated that the outcome of a government ‘stocktake’ of smart motorways would be made public imminently.
Combining cycling and public transport in Scotland
The bus operator Borders Buses has just implemented the first fully bike-friendly local bus route in Scotland where riders can now wheel their bicycles directly on board. This good practice of integrating cycling with public transport – combining active and mass mobility – delivers the best of both worlds.
First Cross-Country Commercial Freight Run by a Self-Driving Truck in Record Three Days
Plus.ai, a leading provider of self-driving trucking technology, today announced that it has completed the first coast-to-coast commercial freight run with an autonomous truck on behalf of Land O’Lakes, Inc. Spanning 2,800 miles,
Moovit says Aira’s mobile app or smart glasses allow Aira agents to see a user’s environment through their smartphone camera. This partnership is expected to assist agents in helping users navigate public transit more effectively, with better real-time data.