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New Transit
Cover Story Detail
Though BAE Systems is a UK multinational, which has harnessed capability from across its varied industrial experience to develop a leading role in... continue
New Transit
Cover Story
Peter Stonham
Electric power has always been an important feature of attractive and efficient public transport. Metros and other urban railways could not operate... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Mark Cartwright
Readers of my previous columns in New Transit magazine will be aware that I have been developing a discussion about the different business models... continue
New Transit
Reflections
Deutsche Bahn has made no secret of its plan to become a major UK rail operator. Its latest purchase, through subsidiary Arriva of open access... continue
New Transit
Reflections
Just nine months ago French utility conglomerate Veolia was launching its major transport hookup with Transdev. Now it has announced that it is to... continue
New Transit
Reflections
France has long been regarded as among the most protectionist of European transport markets. But this month state transport giant SNCF will face its... continue
Categories: Rail, Other, Veolia, Europe
New Transit
Reflections
In the United States, ‘paratransit’ - social services transport for the elderly and disabled, that is often grouped with school transport... continue
New Transit
Reflections
Whilst London develops a somewhat unique new bus , the EU-wide European Bus System of the Future project is beginning to bear fruit in the quest for... continue
New Transit
Reflections
Stagecoach chief executive Sir Brian Souter has been building up a proliferation of personal interests that could soon include a stake in ... continue
New Transit
Reflections
It’s over 50 years ago since the iconic London double deck open rear platform Routemaster entered service. Incredibly, examples are still... continue
New Transit
Reflections
The commissioning of the first automatic trains on the Paris Metro’s oldest and most popular line at the beginning of November  was a... continue
New Transit
Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
There is a tendency for important new technologies to find initial adoption slowly, and then witness a relative explosion of general application.... continue
New Transit
BRT Report
Bob Tebb
The concept of the ‘tram-train’ seems to be very much the ‘flavour of the decade’ in rail transit circles. No doubt this is... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Ray Stenning
E­veryone knows - or should know - that it’s not just what you say, it’s how you say it that counts. Just as this applies to speech,... continue
Categories: Bus, Staff, Other, All of UK
New Transit
Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
At present, public  transport provision, retailing and information is largely dominated by the agenda of individual operators and local... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
Mark Cartwright
Annual events are a curious balance of continuity and novelty. A robust event has a clear and unambiguous function, and often a pretty stable... continue
New Transit
Reflections
Peter Stonham
In a fast-changing world it’s a key challenge for all those involved in planning and providing passenger transport services to make decisions... continue
New Transit
Light Rail News Lead Story
The Republic of Ireland National Transport Authority has announced plans to build the country’s first network of bus rapid transit services in... continue
New Transit
Business
The structure of UK bus regulation is still in flux, as the enquiry into changes to support greater competition has taken another turn. The industry... continue
New Transit
Business
Manchester and London are vying to become the UK’s smartphone public transport commuter capital with new schemes to deliver high quality real... continue
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