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What does the future really hold for passenger transport?

The focus will be firmly on the future of passenger transport at the 3rd annual Travel 2020 conference & exhibition on 10 11 th October Peter Stonham looks at some of the key issues and developments that are under the spotlight

Passenger transport is arguably undergoing more change at the moment than ever before since collective rail and bus services began to be established in the early nineteenth century. The changes are not always visible in terms of the vehicles operating on the road or on the rails, though there are plenty of new things happening in that respect. What is more significant is a repositioning of the passenger transport business in terms of its contribution to overall mobility provision and consumer...

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