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New Transit
Articles
Why is he on the list? Leads SNCF, second only to DB in Europe and internationally. What kind of year has he had? Recovery strategy appe... continue
New Transit
Articles
Why is he on the list? He heads Europe’s pre-eminent transport group. What kind of year has he had? Continued expansion from North... continue
New Transit
Articles
Why is he on the list? Expansion-minded leader of Paris’s transport operations. What kind of year has he had? Potentially pivotal ye... continue
New Transit
Articles
Why is he on the list? Continues to see opportunities in a way nobody else matches. What kind of year has he had? Solid achievement at St... continue
New Transit
Introduction
The major changes reshaping the passenger transport business are having a significant impact on where real power lies. They include the roles given... continue
Categories: Bus, People, Rail, Other, All of UK, Europe
New Transit
Reflections
Combining train and coach travel adds up to an increasingly sustainable leisure travel option, with the train scoring for its speed, convenience and... continue
New Transit
Reflections
At the beginning of February, Sir Roy McNulty was giving  a presentation at the European Community headquarters as part of a seminar to examine... continue
New Transit
People
Hansjoachim Oehmen, the chief executive officer and chairman of the board of management of Hoeft & Wessel AG, is to retire when his contract... continue
New Transit
People
Jeff Hoogesteger has replaced Anton Valk as chief executive of Abellio UK. Valk has taken the new role of non-executive chairman. Abellio UK has also... continue
New Transit
People
Carole Coune has rejoined SNCB Holding, the Belgian state rail operator. Last August she was appointed president of the International Transport Forum... continue
Categories: People, Rail, Other, Europe
New Transit
Inside View
Individual intermodal initiatives are demonstrating the potential of new thinking in the way transport services link together. Here are some of... continue
New Transit
Inside View
Natalie Leclerc
Around  40% of Europeans  choose not to travel using shared or collective transport if the journey involves a connection. And, in Europe,... continue
New Transit
In brief
The Highland and Islands Transport Partnership HITRANS has hired consultant JMP to carry out a review of European Rail Sleeper Service operations.... continue
Local Transport Today
People/people
Greg Archer is leaving his post of managing director of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership after seven years in post. Archer is joining... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Chas Ball, Chief executive, Carplus, Leeds
The emergence of new models of car-sharing (or what we in UK and Ireland uniquely call ‘car clubs’) has suggested a “much needed... continue
Local Transport Today
Viewpoint
Alan Wenban-Smith, Urban & Regional Policy
Unlocking Growth in Cities is a joint production by the Departments of Business, Innovation &?Skills and Communities and Local Government, which... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
German modelling software provider PTV has signed a cooperation agreement with GEVAS, a traffic engineering firm from Munich, which will enable the... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Graham Crampton, Department of economics, University of Reading RG6
I was interested in the article reporting that in Dudley, West Midlands, the commissioned consultants had found no evidence of a relationship between... continue
Local Transport Today
People/people
Richard Robinson has been appointed AECOM’s new managing director for the transportation business in Europe. He joins from BAA where he was... continue
Local Transport Today
Sub story to regular feature
Heathrow Airport could become a major rail hub not only for air passengers but for west London and the Thames Valley under the Government’s... continue
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