ITS Monday: Edition 22, 2021
A small collection of curated content from the worlds of intelligent transport systems, smart mobility, and associated areas.
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This week’s articles
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Last week a six-month trial of the nUWAy bus commenced on the UWA campus, picking up students along a 500 metre stretch of road from the Reid Library to the university’s business school.READ THE ARTICLE
Staying in Western Australia, In slightly bigger bus news up yo 10 Hyzon Motors’ hydrogen-powered coaches are set to replace diesel-powered buses at Fortescue Mining’s Christmas Creek mining hub. “The Pilbara region, one of the most prolific mining areas of Australia and the world, is a harsh landscape. Our coaches can handle the rugged terrain, and hydrogen technology can serve as a viable alternative to traditional commercial mobility in even the toughest parts of the globe.”READ THE ARTICLE
‘The Future is Electric outlines 16 cost-effective initiatives that the Queensland Government will implement to encourage consumer and support the uptake of these vehicles.’READ THE ARTICLE
An accredited mobility hub … what is that I can hear you wondering. Well, it will feature an ‘electric car club bay, EV charging facilities, as well as community spaces and access to the London Underground network nearby.’ It’s set to be built in South Woodford, Redbridge, on a reclaimed on-street car parking space.READ THE ARTICLE