UK sets out legal framework for safety and accountability of automated vehicles

The Law Commission of England and Wales and the Scottish Law Commission have issued a joint report that makes a number of recommendations on the introduction of self-driving cars. The report suggests that a clear distinction should be drawn between "features which...

Atlantia buys intelligent transport systems global giant Yunex

Siemens Mobility has signed an agreement to divest Yunex Traffic, its international road traffic business, to Italian Atlantia, the Italian-owned holding company active in the infrastructure sector, including motorways, airport infrastructure and transport services....

RideMicro app integrates shared and public journey planning

Wave Transit, a major public transport provider in Wilmington, North Carolina, USA, is launching an on-demand service and mobility app that enables locals to plan, pay, and ride both shared and public transportation journeys. By downloading and using the free...

Nuro refines autonomous delivery vehicle and gears up for production

American robotics company Nuro has introduced a third generation of its autonomous, last-mile delivery vehicle as it gears up to manufacture at scale later in the year. The vehicle is the first to benefit from a collaboration with Chinese-owned car maker BYD North...

Serve’s pavement delivery robots achieve Level 4 autonomy

Serve Robotics’ driverless delivery robots have become the first to complete commercial deliveries at Level 4 autonomy. This milestone means the San Francisco-based walking pace pavement delivery robots are able to operate routinely without human intervention, and can...
Atlantia buys intelligent transport systems global giant Yunex

Atlantia buys intelligent transport systems global giant Yunex

Siemens Mobility has signed an agreement to divest Yunex Traffic, its international road traffic business, to Italian Atlantia, the Italian-owned holding company active in the infrastructure sector, including motorways, airport infrastructure and transport services....

RideMicro app integrates shared and public journey planning

RideMicro app integrates shared and public journey planning

Wave Transit, a major public transport provider in Wilmington, North Carolina, USA, is launching an on-demand service and mobility app that enables locals to plan, pay, and ride both shared and public transportation journeys. By downloading and using the free...

Nuro refines autonomous delivery vehicle and gears up for production

Nuro refines autonomous delivery vehicle and gears up for production

American robotics company Nuro has introduced a third generation of its autonomous, last-mile delivery vehicle as it gears up to manufacture at scale later in the year. The vehicle is the first to benefit from a collaboration with Chinese-owned car maker BYD North...

Serve’s pavement delivery robots achieve Level 4 autonomy

Serve’s pavement delivery robots achieve Level 4 autonomy

Serve Robotics’ driverless delivery robots have become the first to complete commercial deliveries at Level 4 autonomy. This milestone means the San Francisco-based walking pace pavement delivery robots are able to operate routinely without human intervention, and can...

Florida DOT initiates multi-partner V2X data exchange platform

Florida DOT initiates multi-partner V2X data exchange platform

Iteris, the Californian-based global leader in smart mobility infrastructure management has been selected by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) as part of the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) team to develop a connected vehicle data exchange platform....

Dott wins Marseille e-bike service

Dott wins Marseille e-bike service

Dutch Micromobility company Dott has won a competitive tendering to introduce its e-bike sharing service in the city of Marseille, France, making it the only micromobility provider present in France’s three largest cities – Paris, Marseille and Lyon. A total of 1,000...

Swedish researchers find shortest distance not always the least energy

Swedish researchers find shortest distance not always the least energy

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have developed tools to help electric delivery-vehicles to use as little energy as possible. The secret, they say, lies in looking beyond just the distance travelled, and instead focusing on overall energy...

London to get shared electric mopeds from January

London to get shared electric mopeds from January

UK micromobility firm HumanForest is set to roll out its shared e-moped service in London from January, becoming the first company in the country to have a shared e-moped fleet. 100 of the electric mopeds will be available during a trial period and users will get five...

Intel to take Mobileye public in 2022

Intel has announced plans to take its autonomous driving technology business Mobileye public in the US next year through an initial public offering (IPO) of newly issued Mobileye stock. The move will create a separate publicly traded company with Intel remaining the...

Sensors on e-scooters help identify road maintenance priorities

London e-scooter trial operator Dott has partnered with cycling technology company See.Sense to test the use of e-scooters to measure road quality and identify dangerous areas. A number of Dott’s fleet have been fitted with sensors from See.Sense, which monitored...

Serve secures strategic partners to scale US self-driving deliveries

US self-driving delivery company Serve Robotics has secured $13 million seed funding from strategic investors including Uber, 7-Eleven and DX Ventures. The capital, says Serve, will “accelerate its path to commercial scale, driving its fleet expansion, geographic...

Atlanta survey cites bike lanes key to increasing female ridership

A new survey of Bird riders in Atlanta, Georgia has revealed that nearly half of shared micromobility users in the city are women, suggesting that access to shared bikes and e-scooters is helping to significantly level the gender gap that has dogged the cycling...

New trucks failing to hit EU emissions limits in on-road tests

On-road testing shows that some new trucks on Europe’s roads are exceeding the EU’s legal emission limits. Emissions when driving in towns or cities were particularly alarming, with highly toxic nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions at least double the legal limits,...

Ferrovial to develop 25 vertiports across the UK

Global infrastructure operator Ferrovial has announced plans to build a network of 25 eVTOL vertiports across the United Kingdom. The project will provide dedicated sites for eVTOL aircraft to take off, land, and recharge. The vertiports are expected to integrate with...

Western Europe leads strong uptake in electric shared mopeds

A new report from fleet sharing tech platform Invers and mopedsharing.com has highlighted a big uptake in moped sharing over the last year. According to the report, around 110,000 mopeds are currently on the road worldwide as sharing vehicles, and 12 million people...

All Categories

BUSINESS

MODES

TECH

TECH

INFRASTRUCTURE

INFRASTRUCTURE

ENERGY

ENERGY

AUTOMOTIVE

EVs

Smart Cities

SMART CITIES

VIDEO ON DEMAND

VIDEOS

EVENTS

EVENTS

Stay Up to Date With The Latest News & Updates

Join Our Newsletter

Get the best of MOVEMNT in your inbox

Follow Us

#MOVEMNT