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Integrated Transport - In-field solutions - competition opens on 14th Oct 2013 #itranscomp

The Technology Strategy Board has confirmed that the feasibility study phase of a new £10million competition in Integrated Transport - infield solutions - will open on 14th October 2013.  A networking and briefing event will take place on 17th October at the Coventry Techno Centre, Puma Way, Coventry, CV1 2TS.   Click here to register to attend for the event or here to register...
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Integrated Transport - company pitches

After a number of technical hiccups, the presentations from the briefing and networking event for the Integrated Transport in-field solutions competition are now available to view, with concurrent audio. You can also download them when you click on the videos below. The presentations from the morning are available on the TSB website. Click the video below for 3 minute...
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Company profiles for integrated transport competition available to view

Some of the organisations attending the Integrated Transport in-field solutions networking event tomorrow have taken advantage of our offer to improve their visibility in this competition, by completing company profile forms.   These are available to view in the Intelligent Mobility group's resource library Intelligent mobility>resource library>Integrated...
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Nottingham announces new retail network to make payment of smart ticketing easier, one of its 'nudges' for modal behaviour change

In 2010, Nottingham was named England's least car-dependent city with, the city claims, award-winning bus services, a European-style embrace of the tram and a bias against out-of-town shopping centres cited as powerful incentives for residents of Nottingham to leave their cars at home .  Following the announcement of funding from the Department of Transport under the...
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Integrated Transport competition expected soon

If you were offered a share of £10million to sort out transport and travel issues in your area, what would you want sorted first, and how would you do it? Integrated Transport competition expected soon A multimillion pound funding competition for technological innovation in transport systems integration is expected to be made available shortly by the UK Government (through the...
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Urban Mobility 3.0: New Urban Mobility Business Models

Frost and Sullivan has assembled powerful players from the mobility world to lead debate on business model issues at its fifth annual Urban Mobility event.   This will take place at the House of Lords and at Siemens “Crystal” building in London’s docklands on 19 th and 20 th June – see http://www.urbanmobility.gilcommunity.com/ .   Transport KTN will be represented...
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Improving urban mobility without new infrastructure

Key players consider a key issue A group of about 20 director-level players from transport and business gathered in London on the afternoon of 19 th March 2013 to discuss “ Improving urban mobility without new infrastructure ”.   They were drawn from a wide range of organisations from the railway and automotive worlds, transport operating companies, transport...
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Smart infrastructure is key to intelligent mobility in future

Smart infrastructure: the future Investment in 'smart' infrastructure will deliver more for the UK in the future as well as boost economic growth by exporting expertise, according to a report published this month by the Royal Academy of Engineering, with input from the Transport KTN. Infrastructure within the UK is becoming smarter, but barriers preventing further...
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Integrated Transport - company pitches

After a number of technical hiccups, the presentations from the briefing and networking event...

Company profiles for integrated transport competition available to view

Some of the organisations attending the Integrated Transport in-field solutions networking...

Integrated Transport - In-field solutions - competition opens on 14th Oct 2013 #itranscomp

The Technology Strategy Board has confirmed that the feasibility study phase of a new ...

Integrated Transport competition expected soon

If you were offered a share of £10million to sort out transport and travel issues in your...

Urban Mobility 3.0: New Urban Mobility Business Models

Frost and Sullivan has assembled powerful players from the mobility world to lead debate on...

Improving urban mobility without new infrastructure

Key players consider a key issue A group of about 20 director-level players from transport...

Smart infrastructure is key to intelligent mobility in future

Smart infrastructure: the future Investment in 'smart' infrastructure will...