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Feature
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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Technology News
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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Rail News
Netherlands Railways (NS) is trialling a new congestion indicator app aimed at  enabling intending passengers – especially those with... continue
Categories: Rail, Technology, Other, Europe
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Bus News
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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Technology News
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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Technology News
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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Bus News
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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Bus News
Inductive recharging for electric powered city buses is rapidly becoming a real option for urban areas seeking better air quality and quieter... continue
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Technology News
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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Bus News Lead Story
The potential use of existing public transport electricity supply infrastructure for future multimodal electric urban mobility schemes has been... continue
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Viewpoint
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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Viewpoint
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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Feature
Dan Wright
Delivering major city rail schemes is so expensive, complicated and integral to city economies that it is hard to believe that a purely private... continue
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Feature
D espite having historically one of the most comprehensive of the world’s urban and commuter rail systems, London has been playing catch up to... continue
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Feature
Dan Wright
Biting the bullet on expensive, transformational, railway schemes is something that mainland European governments have been good at, as exemplified... continue
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Feature
Though Paris and London have attracted attention by developing their regional heavy rail networks to supplement existing tube/metro lines through new... continue
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Feature
Plans for strategic rail network development in London and Paris tell a tale of two cities facing similar challenges. Both have realised that radial... continue
New Transit
Cover Story
Peter Stonham and Dan Wright
The majority of the world’s population now live in urban areas. That point was reached in 2008, according to official UN statistics, as the... continue
New Transit
Technology News
IIn the last issue we reported a significant transaction involving a car hire business moving across into urban mobility, with the acquisition of the... continue
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Technology News
S New solutions to meet short distance travel needs continue to build their profile around the world as cities explore alternatives to traditional... continue
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