Published on 27.08.2015
This year, the ITS World Congress is returning to France for the second time in its 22-year history. On Monday 5 - Friday 9 October, the ITS World Congress will be held in Bordeaux and will draw over 10,000 Intelligent Transport System leaders, public officials, experts, academics and professionals from around the world to discuss and showcase the latest innovations, developments, deployments, challenges and research taking place in the industry. With over 250 programme sessions, 350 exhibiting companies spread across 25,000 sqm of exhibition space, 35 live demonstrations, 20 associated events, 8 technical visits, 2 ITS Competition programmes and a multitude of social and networking events, the 2015 ITS World Congress will offer unique and valuable opportunities and learning experiences for every ITS professional.
Published on 26.08.2015
The company in a statement said it has bagged orders worth USD 82 million from Senegal towards building their comprehensive and integrated transportation system. Hinduja Group's flagship will supply 475 buses.
Published on 25.08.2015
Marcopolo has recently completed the delivery of 31 new bus models: Viale BRT Articulated, Viale BRS Low Entry and New Torino for the urban transport operator of Caxias do Sul: Viação Santa Tereza (Santa Tereza Traffic Operator) (Visate). The vehicles will be incorporated into the fleet and used in the Caxias SIM (Integrated Urban Mobility System). The new city transport system with exclusive lanes will start operating in January 2016.
Published on 24.08.2015
Recently, Yutong was given the permit by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) to produce fuel cell buses, which have been officially put on the list of new vehicle products. Thus, Yutong becomes China’s first commercial vehicle producer qualified for making fuel cell buses. The permit awarded to Yutong also marks the beginning of commercialization of fuel cell buses in China.
Published on 23.08.2015
The world’s fastest charging electric bus is now operating in the eastern Chinese port city of Ningbo. According to local transportation authorities, the public bus - which was manufactured in Ningbo and runs along a 24-stop, 11 kilometre route - takes as little as 10 seconds to charge up and be ready for the next leg of its journey. Once charged, the bus can run for a distance of 5 kilometres.