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Viewpoint
Libor Lochman
Energy  use in transport is currently far from being sustainable. Across Europe, energy consumption for passenger and freight transport has... continue
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
We’re a pretty insular lot – us Brits that is. And I reckon we’re particularly insular in transport thinking, and how we make the... continue
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Projects
A range of innovative concepts have been emerging to provide rail based transport solutions for areas of low demand over short distances. The fruits... continue
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Projects Lead Story
Daniel Wright
The announcement by the UK Department for Transport (DfT) that it is to press ahead with a long-mooted pilot scheme to test the Tram-Train concept in... continue
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Cover Story Detail
The public transport industry makes surprisingly little numerical play on its carbon credentials, but carbon calculators can demonstrate to potential... continue
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Environment Lead Story
With dense populations and small footprints, urban areas offer one of the most fertile grounds for promoting sustainable transport, yet transport... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Daniel Wright
There was considerable media coverage earlier this year when the UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders published its 2012 New Car CO2... continue
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Cover Story Detail
The vision of smart electric energy transfer to public transport vehicles in short bursts as they operate in urban areas may be close to being... continue
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Cover Story
Daniel Wright
It is a win-win situation when the engineering, commercial and marketing departments of passenger transport organisations can find common cause in... continue
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World Lead Story
Peter Stonham
Acomprehensive showcase of the French passenger transport world was provided at this year’s 5th Transport Publics expo held in Paris. The... continue
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Bus News
The double decker is the bus design that refuses to die. By rights, it shouldn’t exist, given that it involves passengers walking up and down... continue
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Environment
Simply stating how green public transport is compared with the car is not enough these days to genuinely achieve the benefit of public and political... continue
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Technology News
An innovative French scheme appears to have solved many of the financial and operational issues around the provision of Demand Responsive Transport... continue
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Rail News
The Council and the European Parliament have paved the way for the adoption of the draft directive establishing a single European railway area, by... continue
Categories: Rail, Other, Europe
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Products & Services
A customised version of Van Hool’s ExquiCity bus design for Metz, unveiled at Transports Publics, the biennial European mobility exhibition in... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
The steady opening up of European rail markets to competition is involving some tough decisions about how to package the offer of contracts. Germany... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
West Yorkshire’s Integrated Transport Authority (ITA) members have voted to support the introduction of England’s first Quality Contract... continue
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Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
Public transport has long traded on its green credentials and the lower carbon emissions which attend to passenger journeys on buses, trains, trams,... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
A new breed of ‘Boris bike-style’ car clubs could play a significant part in meeting travel demand in British cities, a study predicts... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Roger Sexton, Nottingham NG1
I found the Labour Party’s proposals regarding public transport and (in particular) the concept of ‘Bus Deregulation Exemption... continue
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