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New Transit
Reflections
The commissioning of the first automatic trains on the Paris Metro’s oldest and most popular line at the beginning of November  was a... continue
New Transit
Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
There is a tendency for important new technologies to find initial adoption slowly, and then witness a relative explosion of general application.... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Stagecoach has hit out at Edinburgh City Council after it refused planning permission for facilities needed to run a cross-Forth hovercraft service.... continue
New Transit
Rail News
The Office of Rail Regulation is consulting on  a Code of Practice governing the standard of information provided to passengers during... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Train operator East Coast has enhanced its real time information service for on-board Wi-Fi internet users. The new welcome page when logging on to... continue
New Transit
Bus News
Bus operator Wilts & Dorset has launched a trial of Near Field Communications technology on its M1 and M2 routes to provide new information... continue
New Transit
Light Rail News Lead Story
RATP has commissioned the first driverless trains on Line 1 of the Paris metro, the city’s oldest and most heavily used line. RATP claims the... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Task Enforcement, NSL’s debt recovery division, is equipping its civil enforcement agents with the latest iPads and mobile apps in a bid to... continue
Parking Review
Articles
Alan Wood
For some time now I have been campaigning for greater transparency in the civil enforcement sector. I was firmly in favour of report monitoring,... continue
Parking Review
Introduction
Deniz Huseyin
The long-awaited consultation paper on bailiff law reform and regulation from the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) looks set for further delays. It appears... continue
New Transit
Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
At present, public  transport provision, retailing and information is largely dominated by the agenda of individual operators and local... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Mark Cartwright
Annual events are a curious balance of continuity and novelty. A robust event has a clear and unambiguous function, and often a pretty stable... continue
New Transit
Reflections
Peter Stonham
In a fast-changing world it’s a key challenge for all those involved in planning and providing passenger transport services to make decisions... continue
New Transit
Business
Manchester and London are vying to become the UK’s smartphone public transport commuter capital with new schemes to deliver high quality real... continue
New Transit
Products & Services
Geospatial intelligence technology supplier Envitia has announced that its CUTLAS-RTI real-time information system for buses now supports the... continue
New Transit
Products & Services
Eurostar has awarded Nomad Digital the contracts to supply onboard WiFi connectivity to its current high-speed train fleet. Passengers will also be... continue
New Transit
Products & Services
Adults with impairments are less likely to use any public transport mode as much as they would like to when compared to those without impairments, a... continue
New Transit
Products & Services
Traveline Cymru has launched a bilingual iPhone app, developed by Trapeze Group. The free app allows passengers to plan their journey, find nearby... continue
Categories: Technology, Other, Wales
New Transit
Products & Services
Global automated fare collection specialist Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) has partnered with US commuter rail operator the Port Authority... continue
New Transit
Technology News
A cost-saving electronic bus service registration (ESBR) tool, created by Swedish software developer Hogia, is set to roll out across the UK –... continue
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