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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
Kenneth Lin
According to National Rail’s Journey Planner, a simple trip in the Greater London area from Watford Junction to Woking requires two mainline... 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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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
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Technology News
Delivering a seamless passenger transport system is one of the goals of EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas, and a EC contract just awarded to a... continue
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Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
We’ve commented before in New Transit about the ways in which the transport modes are coming together, with public transport increasingly seen... continue
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Cover Story
Transport system users face many choices in how they travel. In mode, route, types of service, price for different timings and speeds, payment... continue
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Cover Story Detail
These are the recommendations for successful collaboration between public transport and Combined Mobility services, made in the International Union... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Peter Stonham
There is a potential revolution on the cards in how customers are offered their choices of how to travel. Rather than be faced with a myriad of... continue
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Cover Story
Peter Stonham
The International Union of Public Transport has just produced a position paper challenging it 3,000-plus member authorities in 92 countries, to... continue
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Viewpoint
Ole Thorsen
Starting a ride, the public transport customer needs to get to the place where he/she can access the transport vehicle – if the idea is not to... continue
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Viewpoint
John Siraut, Director - Economics, Colin Buchanan
In all the analysis undertaken using the station usage data published by the ORR I have yet to see anything on rail use by head of population. The... continue
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Bus News
Journey Solutions has revealed that in the 12 months since online retailing of its PlusBus combined bus and rail ticket began, it has become one of... continue
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Letters
Roger Davies, Kendal
We live in tough times and unquestioned indulgences of the past need to be subject to the searing heat of reality. Dr Paul Salveson’s... continue
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Viewpoint
Dr. Paul Salveson
I’d like to share some experiences I’ve had looking at how buses and trains interact with each other (or don’t, more to the point).... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Stonham
Recent visits to the Continent have once again underlined to me the substantial difference in approach that exists in the way transport is provided,... continue
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Reflections
In the first issue of New Transit, a year ago, we commented on the potential for high quality road passenger transport services to complement the... continue
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Heroes & Villains - Hero
As the general election approaches it’s a good time to consider the impact that individual politicians with vision and sheer force of will can... continue
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