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New Transit
Business Lead Story
France has put transport manufacturing at the heart of its economic strategy, with the development of new technologies and rolling stock given clear... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Keolis Keolis is majority owned by French state railway company SNCF, which has just raised its stake from 56.7% to 70% of the company by buying out... continue
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Cover Story Detail
A feature of France’s public transport system is that tram lines are much more common than in countries of a similar size and urban structure... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Daniel Wright
The French Capital is something of an exception to the organisational arrangements which apply to passenger transport delivery in the rest of the... continue
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Cover Story
Peter Stonham and Daniel Wright
Some features of the French public transport system are internationally known – and admired. But the policy, organisational and funding... continue
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Editorial Comment
We’ve thrown the spotlight on France for this issue. There is a great deal happening in the French passenger transport scene which is... continue
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World Lead Story
Here in the United States, French cities have a romantic allure, as indeed they seem to have the world over. Ask someone if they would be interested... continue
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Viewpoint
Lesley Brown, Editor, EURAILmag
­It is a truth more or less universally acknowledged, that a French city mayor seeking re-election must be in want of a tram. In France the tram... continue
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Viewpoint
Ray Stenning
Design is a language that is international, and in an increasingly global society we are all better able to understand its vocabulary, grammar and... continue
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People
A closer focus from France on its operations in the UK seems to be signalled by RATP with the departure of Paul Matthews, who has headed RATP Dev UK... continue
Categories: Bus, People, Other, All of UK, Europe
New Transit
People
Professor José Manuel Viegas, a Portuguese national, has been chosen as Secretary-General-elect of the International Transport Forum. At their... continue
Categories: People, Other, Europe
New Transit
People
David Azéma, currently Chief Operating Officer of SNCF Group, in charge of the group's strategy and its development in France and abroad, is... continue
Categories: People, Rail, Keolis, Europe
Local Transport Today
Articles
Peter Stonham
Cameras are these days watching everywhere: and what they see can increasingly become a major management tool. The subjects ‘under... continue
Local Transport Today
Articles
Peter Warman
The digital and data revolution is having a big impact on the wide range of professionals – and communities ­– involved in place and... continue
Local Transport Today
Sub story to feature
A recent report, Machine-to-Machine Communications: Connecting billions of devices, from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
Car sharing firm Liftshare has won a £15,000 prize for its work to reduce single occupancy car use in the inaugural Eurostar Ashden Award for... continue
Local Transport Today
Media monitor
Rik Thomas
The media campaign to lobby for more aviation capacity in London and the South East, led by the Evening Standard newspaper, showed no signs of... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The first transcontinental flight by a solar-powered aeroplane took place in early June when the Solar Impulse craft developed by the École... continue
Local Transport Today
News
Consultancy WSP has been appointed by the City of Stockholm Development Office to provide all engineering services for the underground section of a... continue
Local Transport Today
Comment
James Dark
Stagecoach’s £85m expansion of its US operations (LTT 25 May) is an indication that the turnround of the company’s fortunes in... continue
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