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Bus News
New smartcards designed to make bus travel easier and quicker have gone live on Transdev Yellow Buses. The Glo card was successfully trialled on the... continue
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World Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
French investment firm Caisse des Dépôts and Veolia Environnement have finally reached what has been termed a ‘framework... continue
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Market
Lothian Buses Operates 650 buses. Edinburgh-based Lothian has had a rocky ride in recent years as a result of a cash crisis that led to network cuts... continue
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Articles
Why is he on the list? Transdev is one of the largest public transport operators in Europe with annual turnover of £3bn. In the UK it has bus... continue
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In brief
Two consortia made up of some of Europe's leading transport providers have prequalified to be invited to submit tenders to build NET Phase Two and... continue
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In brief
French group Transdev has been axed from the Edinburgh tram project as part of a drive to cut costs on the troubled £500m project. Transdev was... continue
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Business Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
it was perhaps expected that Stagecoach would react somewhat angrily to the news last month that the Competition Commission was forcing the... continue
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Bus News
Go Ahead subsidiary Brighton & Hove was awarded the highly prestigious UK Bus Operator of the Year at the 2009 UK Bus Awards last week, narrowly... continue
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Editorial Comment
Robert Jack
In this issue of New Transit we have chosen to examine the level of foreign ownership of UK public transport operations, and conversely, the UK... continue
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Cover Story
Robert Jack
Globalisation is a key feature of our time. Borders are being broken down as commerce takes advantage of the liberalisation of markets, and public... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Talk to UK public transport professionals about foreign ownership of public transport and it won’t be long before the French are mentioned. A... continue
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End of the line
Not everyone shares SFA’s love of trams. A video posted on YouTube entitled ‘Edinburgh trams fiasco’ has been doing the rounds in... continue
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BRT Report
John Carr
A primarily VFR trip to Australia gave me ample opportunity to think about airport access as we transferred to and from domestic flights to central... continue
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World Lead Story
Andrew Garnett
International utilities conglomerate Veolia Environnement has entered into exclusive merger talks with Transdev that could lead to a merger of... continue
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Reflections
PTEG and the All-Party Parliamentary Light Rail Group announced a select committee-style inquiry into the prospects for modern trams in the UK and... continue
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Progress Report
Andrew Garnett
It was the annual bus and coach show at Birmingham’s NEC in late 2003 where Wrightbus took the wraps off a new vehicle that stunned the... continue
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BRT Report
Andrew Garnett
The Netherlands has long held a well deserved reputation for the quality of its public transport system and members of BRTuk, the advocacy group for... continue
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Bus News
Andrew Garnett
Rumours are linking French utilities giant Veolia Environnement with both Arriva and National Express as potential merger alternatives to rival... continue
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Feature Detail
Giles Fearnley CPT President (2008) Giles Fearnley’s shrewd business mind has enabled him to make his fortune in the passenger transport... continue
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Business
Andrew Garnett
The sale of National?Express Group’s London bus operations to NedRailways, the overseas arm of the Dutch state railway, is the latest move in a... continue
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