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Peter Cushing (pictured) has become Manchester Metrolink’s new director, succeeding Philip Purdy who is returning to his native Australia for... continue
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Sir Peter Hendy , Commissioner of Transport for London is set to become the new president of UITP, The International Association of Public... continue
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T ravellers were once tempted by the simple pleasures of their journey: a time to reflect, relax and simply stare out the window. Or they just... continue
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From popular media and political comment, it sometimes seems that fare levels are a really critical issue for public transport, but in fact the role... continue
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Danish wireless technology company BLIP Systems is installing its first rail passenger tracking scheme at Groningen station, in the north of the... continue
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Netherlands Railways (NS) is trialling a new congestion indicator app aimed at  enabling intending passengers – especially those with... continue
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Traffic signal priority systems installed to benefit bus and tram schedules have achieved proven average travel time reductions of 15% in cities... continue
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The latest UK Bus Passenger Survey, by independent watchdog Passenger Focus, shows satisfaction varies widely among different operators and local... continue
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The percentage of people who commute to work in England and Wales by car or van fell between 2001 and 2011, according to Census data published by the... continue
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Public transport users will soon be able to top-up their smartcard tickets at retailers, under a deal between smart ticketing company, Ecebs, and... continue
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Manchester Metropolitan University is studying how Dublin tourists can get detailed information and images about buildings and attractions through... continue
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A UK company behind what it describes as “the visual equivalent of NFC” is one of 17 technology start-ups chosen by Spanish telecoms... continue
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Hungary will launch its planned national mobile payment system, designed to enable uniform payment for all transport fares and fees by mobile phone,... continue
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BYD has announced solutions for electrifying Hong Kong City’s public transport with plans to replace diesel buses and LPG taxis in a bid to... continue
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Six all-electric buses just put in service by Arriva in the national park of Schiermonnikoog in the Dutch province of Friesland have become the first... continue
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Eleven organisations have come together to put the case for more electrification of public transport, bringing together all the modes from rail to... continue
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The potential use of existing public transport electricity supply infrastructure for future multimodal electric urban mobility schemes has been... continue
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Martyn Briggs
The European market for Carsharing services -traditionally referred to as car clubs in the UK - continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. Between... continue
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Derogatory phrases such as “Beeching the Butcher”, or “Beeching’s axe”  tend to appear in Britain whenever there... continue
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Helmut Holzapfel
Kassel is a German city of 200,000 people, lying 150 kilometres north of Frankfurt and just over an hour away on the high-speed Deutsche Bahn ICE... continue
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