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This category features suppliers who provide technology that sits within the wider transport infrastructure environment – i.e. not the vehicles themselves but the infrastructure required to support them.

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Italy Launches Its First General Plan of Cycling Mobility

Italy Launches Its First General Plan of Cycling Mobility

Italy has launched its first General Plan of Cycling Mobility, which includes an investment of 1.2 billion EUR.

Charging Electric Vehicles Autonomously

Charging Electric Vehicles Autonomously

The Underbody Charger from Schunk is designed to allow efficient, safe and autonomous charging of electric vehicles in just a few minutes.

Autonomous Vehicle Test Track Planned for UConn Campus

Autonomous Vehicle Test Track Planned for UConn Campus

Connecticut Transportation Institute is planning an autonomous vehicle test and research facility at the University of Connecticut (UConn).

Cyclist and Pedestrian Path to Connect Bus and Rail Lines in LA

Cyclist and Pedestrian Path to Connect Bus and Rail Lines in LA

Metro has celebrated the groundbreaking of a new 5.5-mile path that will connect cyclists and pedestrians with transport services across LA. 

TfL Completes 5km Cycleway in West London

TfL Completes 5km Cycleway in West London

TfL has completed major improvements on the roads around Hammersmith  gyratory, unlocking a 5km cycleway from Kew Bridge to Hammersmith.

European Commission Invests €5.4bn in Sustainable Transport Infrastructure

European Commission Invests €5.4bn in Sustainable Transport Inf...

The European Commission has invested 5.4 billion EUR in 135 infrastructure projects across the EU to promote sustainable future transport. 

Three Reasons Why Depot Charging Reduces Costs

Three Reasons Why Depot Charging Reduces Costs

The new depot charger SLS301 from Schunk enables an automated and economical charging of electric buses in the depot.

US DOT Announces Carbon Reduction Program

US DOT Announces Carbon Reduction Program

The US DOT's Federal Highway Administration has announced a new Carbon Reduction Program with 6.4 billion USD in funding.

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