Tag Archives: active travel

Liverpool John Moores University Sustainable Travel Innovation Technologies

Sustainable travel innovations with Liverpool John Moores University

Viva sensors have been installed to gather data insights on active transportation as part of Liverpool City Region’s ‘Sustainable Green Travel Corridors Project’. The data is fed into a dashboard and mobile phone app, developed by Liverpool John Moores University, to enable local authorities and residents to make strategic and sustainable transport decisions.

Data and active transportation schemes in London

Why data is vital in facilitating active travel

Active transportation is fast becoming the ‘go-to’ method of travelling. A couple of months ago, TfL and London Councils chose operators Dott, Lime and TIER to launch a 12-month trial for rental e-scooters. It signals yet another post-pandemic ambition to move towards sustainable travel, and this micromobility shift bolts onto the significant rise in activeRead More

Ford UKI & Viva RoadSafe Programme

Ford and Viva are helping Drivers to Steer Clear of Hidden Hazards

Whether on the school run, going to work, or doing the weekly shop, we are all familiar with stretches of road or locations where more care is needed while driving. In some cases, we may choose to avoid these locations altogether to help ensure our journeys are completed safely. Now, Ford cars UK has workedRead More

Viva at City of Port Phillip in Australia

Viva Expands into City of Port Phillip in Australia

Viva’s AI-powered traffic sensors will be installed in the City of Port Phillip in Australia this year to measure bike rider, pedestrian and motor vehicle movements and help the council reduce congestion and increase sustainable transport. Our sensors, which capture anonymous data on different modes of travel, have been installed in partnership with City ofRead More

TfGM Active Transportation Scheme

TfGM to Spearhead Active Transportation Scheme Development in Manchester

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is advancing its cycling and walking infrastructure programme through the rollout of Viva technology. This partnership will see our AI-powered sensors installed across the region to capture anonymous data in real-time on cycling and walking, helping to assess trends on key roads and junctions. This will give TfGM insight intoRead More

Picture of city with complex road system

Using Big Data in Transportation for Post-Pandemic Recovery

The recent pandemic has created an opportunity for innovation in how urban mobility takes place, making room for better, safer and more reliable ways to move people and goods around, using big data to answer the big questions in transportation. The Hill+Knowlton Strategies team in London organised a virtual roundtable with experts in urban mobilityRead More