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Qatar Seeks to Open New LNG Markets with Floating Terminals

LONDON, July 19 (Reuters) – Qatar Gas Transport Company and Norwegian shipping business Hoegh LNG have embarked on a joint project to open new markets for Qatar to sell its liquefied natural gas (LNG) via floating import terminals. Hoegh...Show More Summary

Developers use Azure IoT Hub to provide free Wi-Fi to Customers and Create New Revenue Opportunities

Transport for London wanted a low-cost way of installing Wi-Fi networks and sensors in its cable car cabins and cable car stations on both sides of the river.

UK's TfL to increase train frequency on Elizabeth Line

UK's Transport for London (TfL) has announced plans to increase the frequency of trains on the Elizabeth Line, which is set to become completely operational from December 2019.

Citymapper has been given permission to launch a night bus in East London

Citymapper has been granted permission to run a night bus in East London. Transport regulator TfL (Transport for London) has approved the London transportation app startup's application to launch an overnight bus route in the British...Show More Summary

Putting the trans into transit

Transport for London has banned the phrase “ladies and gentlemen”. TfL’s head of customer strategy, Mark Evers, said they wanted “everyone to feel welcome on our transport network”. So in future staff will greet passengers with “Hello everyone”. Show More Summary

London tip: Ride By Bus

A lot of tourists and locals default transportation method is a simple one: head for the Tube  But if you have time.. do yourself a favour and take the bus.  Whilst the Underground is great getting from A to B – you’re missing out a lot of the city and it’s sights.  Holborn Baker Street […] The post London tip: Ride By Bus appeared first on Economy Class & Beyond.

London’s tube drivers aren’t allowed to say ‘ladies and gentlemen’ anymore

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If you've taken a ride on the London tube, you're probably familiar with the cheerful conductor announcements about delays and door openings, often premised with a jaunty, “Ladies and gentlemen.” No more. Transport for London has announced that the London Underground staff will ditch that greeting for the gender-neutral “Hello everyone” in an effort to […]

High-speed Hyperloop completes first test run

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The high-speed Hyperloop has completed its first successful test, laying the foundations fortransport system that could cut the 424-mile journey from London to Edinburgh to 50 minutes.  Hyperloop One has revealed it completed a test...Show More Summary

The 6 MPs who could be the next chair of the Treasury Select Committee — one of the most important jobs in parliament

LONDON —Members of parliament will vote to elect new chairs for the various committees that sit in the House of Commons on Wednesday. The committees, which cover everything from transport to human rights, are tasked with scrutinising both the government and senior figures from the industries the committees focus on. Show More Summary

Transit payments could boost mobile wallet usage

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "Payments Briefing" subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Transport for London (TfL) has revealed that the number of public transit trips that were purchased by its passengers...Show More Summary

Cubic and Transport for New South Wales Launch First Trial of Open Payment Technology in Australia

Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) has announced its participation in the first transport open payment trial in Australia with its customer Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW), similar to the technology in London

London's transport network completes one billion contactless payment journeys

Transport for London (TfL) has revealed that its passengers have made more than one billion pay-as-you-go journeys with contactless payment cards, the new form of payment option.

MPs are floating stricter rules for Uber over driver pay and conditions

LONDON — Uber faces yet more political scrutiny in the UK about how it treats its drivers. On Wednesday, transport minister John Hayes suggested he could make it easier for transport authorities to refuse licenses to Uber if the company...Show More Summary

New TfL Map to Help People with Claustrophobia and Anxiety

The new addition to Transport for London's broad selection of downloadable Tube maps will help a range of customers navigate the network more comfortably by showing them routes they can take to avoid areas with large stretches of tunnels.

UK DfT, TfL and Heathrow agree to increase rail services to London airport

The UK Department for Transport (DfT), Heathrow Airport and Transport for London (TfL) have agreed upon a plan to boost integrated rail connectivity to the airport.

As Oregon Debates Congestion Pricing Proposal, London’s Mayor Embraces Bold, New Road-Pricing Strategy

KUOW reports, “From light rail to commuting by bike, the Portland area has a long history of transportation experimentation. Now, the big transportation bill in the Oregon Legislature calls for another innovation beloved by traffic reformers:...Show More Summary

Mayor of London’s plan for city transport aims for zero emissions by 2050

London could be a lot more green by 2050 – Mayor Sadiq Khan has outlined a plan for transportation service (via Engadget) in the city that would make the whole system, including taxis, cars and buses, totally emission free by that year. Show More Summary

Citymapper wants to launch a night bus in East London in July

Citymapper wants to launch a second bus route. The London transportation app has asked Transport for London (TfL) for permission to launch a night bus route in East London in July, running between Aldgate East and Highbury & Islington. Citymapper...Show More Summary

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