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Paris Mayor wants to offer free public transit to reduce pollution

Management & Operations| March 26, 2018

During an interview with a French paper, Anne Hidalgo said she has asked three of her assistants to conduct a large study on the subject, which would involve both French and foreign experts.

Paris transport launches 'shock' ads to fight sexual harassment

Security and Safety | March 7, 2018

According to surveys, some 87% of female users of public transport say they have been the victim of sexist or sexual harassment.

Management & Operations| November 30, 2017

Keolis renews contract to operate Europe's largest on-demand service

Patronage on the Fileo network is expected to increase by more than 70 percent by 2023.

Technology| July 6, 2017

Keolis launches electric autonomous shuttle pilot in Paris business district

If these trials are successful, this shuttle service could become a permanent mobility solution in the region, with additional services and the creation of new lines.

Sustainability| March 9, 2017

Exclusive: A look at electric buses in London, the UK

Why hasn’t London moved faster to put in service clean bus technology? The air pollution crisis isn’t sudden and has been widely predicted and observed for many years.

Management & Operations| January 13, 2017

Paris cuts free public transit during severe pollution

While making all public transport free for the day does help in reducing pollution from gas emissions, the union estimates that the loss of profit adds up to approximately $4.2 million per day for the region.

Sustainability| November 15, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: Europe's Air Pollution Issues and Some Cities' Solutions

Much of the impact of pollution has been as a result of waves of industry and resource extraction and processing, but much is also as a result of our lifestyle choices and, in particular, the choices that we have made in terms of mobility.

Security and Safety | November 24, 2015

N.Y. MTA to add 46 police officers trained in counterterrorism

Officers will patrol major hubs, the Long Island Rail Road, Metro-North and Staten Island Railway. Hiring of the additional officers is expected to cost $3 million under the MTA's 2016 budget. MTA officials said police officers have been trained in countering active shooters.

Security and Safety | July 17, 2015

France kicks off anti-sexual harassment campaign on transit system

To help curb the behavior, awareness posters are being put up in subway cars, buses and stations informing offenders that they can be thrown in jail for five years or be fined more than $82,000 for harassing another citizen.

Motorcoach| March 17, 2015

Paris’ tour bus parking fees protested

Starting May 1, the price of half-day and full-day parking passes for motorcoaches in Paris will triple, but according to Atout France, the France Tourism Development Agency, vehicles that meet the latest E.U. emission standards for trucks and buses will not see an increase.

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