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Feature
Ray Stenning
Vehicle interiors are a regular part of my work - and perhaps the most challenging. Trying to make them attractive, exciting, stylish, cool, classy,... continue
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Feature
Karna Gupta
When I was invited to speak at this year’s Travel 2020 event, I was aware that the passenger transport industry views my world of... continue
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Technology News
Under the framework of its Sustainable Urban Mobility campaign, the European Commission has launched the EU’s first project awards to encourage... continue
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Rail News
Long-term targets to further improve the environmental performance of the rail sector are outlined in a new brochure published by the International... continue
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Technology News
A new EU-funded Transport Innovation Deployment in Europe (TIDE) project, aims to speed up the take-up and transfer of innovative urban transport and... continue
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Bus News
Turkish company has Kentkart has announced a haul of seven contracts in seven months for its KentTablet on-bus public transport computer. Positioned... continue
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Rail News
The German Aerospace Centre (DLR) has demonstrated a new system for enhancing rail safety by reducing the risks of collisions between trains and... continue
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Technology News
Cubic Transportation Systems has won the 2012 SESAMES Award in the trusted internet/ authentication category at the November 2012 CARTES exhibition... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
Rail Plus Australasia has launched a new Europe-wide business class rail booking tool. Aimed at encouraging wider take-up of expanding European... continue
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Feature
Peter Stonham
The European railway industry put on an impressive display of its buoyancy and technological innovation at this year’s biennial Innotrans... continue
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Feature
As a youngster, I used to run for the bus to go to school, and when I got to the stop on time, I often couldn’t get on board because it was... continue
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Feature
Non-stop interchange One of the things that most spoils high speed rail is the need for trains to make intermediate stops. The faster the... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Miller
The concept of coach-train, or Car à Haut Niveau de Service (CHNS), is being explored as an interurban public transport solution in several... continue
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Feature
In transport terms, the rail network was the pioneer of fast, efficient long-distance and commuter travel. It replaced the horse drawn stagecoach... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Stonham
A potential contradiction lies at the heart of current developments in heavily used urban public transport:  Capacity versus comfort. To be... continue
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Feature
Peter Stonham
The European Bus System of the Future project is an initiative of the EU Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and... continue
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Feature
Peter Stonham
Along with tram-train, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is one of the longest established ‘blended’ modes of transport. It’s also one of the... continue
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Feature
Step outside many European urban railway stations, and the first thing a passenger often encounters is the platforms of a tram stop, ensuring swift... continue
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Feature
When does a light rail scheme become a metro? And when does a metro become a suburban or commuter rail system? As railway vehicle technologies and... continue
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Feature
Daniel Wright
T he UK led the way in franchising of passenger train operations, but its experience has hardly become the ‘How To’ guide for the rest of... continue
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