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Pierre Mongin, Chief Executive, RATP Why is he on the list? Expansion-minded leader of Paris’s transport operations... continue
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Brian Souter, Chief Executive, Stagecoach   Why is he on the list? Continues to see opportun... continue
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Boris Johnson Mayor of London Why is he on the list? Leads arguably the premier urban transport authority in Europ... continue
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It’s a public transport practitioner’s dream experiment: what would happen if a city made its public transport completely free,... continue
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Like dinosaurs, a lot of people in public transport still remain wedded to a vision comprising a number of discrete modes.  The one they are... continue
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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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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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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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Louise Amantani
Operators, infrastructure and technology suppliers, passenger representatives and a wide range of other stakeholders gathered at the Travel 2020... continue
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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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Daniel Wright
Smart Links - the range of short distance, often automated transport modes - have begun to shake up long-held models of what public transport is, and... continue
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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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Daniel Wright
I t might be a conventional heavy rail infrastructure operator, but Britain’s Network Rail has been doing some very unconventional thinking... continue
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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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Peter Stonham
New Transit makes a point of talking as much about service delivery and marketing issues, and the systems and technologies that can enhance them, as... continue
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Transport for Greater Manchester has set out its plans to implement smart ticketing across public transport in the conurbation. The plan will be... continue
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Success in a nice problem to have, but finding the best solution to the problem of a lack of capacity in the face of rising passenger numbers can... continue
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Paris-based public transport group RATP has announced changes to its overseas operations RATP Dev. Previous business units International and Northern... continue
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Fiona McLean
W hat makes a great city – or more to the point, a great city to live and work in, enjoy, travel around easily and feel good about being in.... continue
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