South Korean capital launches self-driving bus experiment
The new vehicle does not look like a regular bus and has rounded edges along with large windows that make it appear more like a toy than a technological breakthrough.
NZ bans export of live animals by sea
The ban had been well flagged and comes after a ship that left its shores with nearly 6,000 cows and 43 crew members capsized in 2020 off Japan.
Thousands of UK bus drivers plan strikes over pay, union says
The union says more than 2,000 drivers at bus operator Arriva will strike from Oct 4 in London, while 600 Kent-based staff employed by the same company will walk out on Sept 30.
Royal mourners face rail disruption on journey to Windsor Castle
In an update issued, Great Western Railway says the disruption is likely to continue for the rest of the day.
Strikes to bring London's transport network to a halt
Tens of thousands of workers from the wider national rail network walked out on Thursday and will do so again on Saturday.
Russia pushes law to force taxi apps to share data with spy agency
After Moscow's offensive in Ukraine, the country has strengthened its legislative arsenal, allowing for heavy fines or prison sentences for anyone found guilty of 'discrediting' or publishing 'false information' about its operation.
UK hosts ‘world’s first’ hub for drones, future flying taxis
Air-One, a so-called 'vertiport' for drones and future electric vehicles taking off and landing vertically, was proclaimed as the first of its kind by proponents and heralding a new era of low-emission futuristic air transport.
Uber Eats to quit Hong Kong after five years
The company said it would now redouble its commitment to its ride-sharing in Hong Kong, a business that remains in a legal grey area.
China unveils 600kph levitating train, world’s fastest land vehicle
This train would take just two and a half hours to travel from Beijing to Shanghai – a journey that currently takes three hours by plane.
All a boar-d! Wild pig takes Hong Kong subway journey
The train was eventually diverted to a depot where officers were able to safely capture the animal and release him back into the wild.
Japan bullet train driver leaves controls for high-speed toilet dash
He was away for three minutes, long enough to make the train one minute late – a delay which prompted an investigation in a country famous for punctuality.
Sarawak river taxis sinking under loss of tourists
Can Sarawak’s traditional wooden ferries transform into a Grab-style service to safeguard their future?