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Bus News
A £25m investment over the next two years will see Birmingham’s bus network get greener vehicles, real-time information at bus stops and... continue
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Rail News
Rail fares across franchises in England and Wales will rise by an average of 8% in January with rises on some routes as high as 13%. The increases... continue
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Technology News
Oyster cards can now be bought from ticket machines at almost every station on the London Underground network. The machines, fitted with a new... continue
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Cover Story Detail
New approaches to passenger transport provision and use are emerging in a variety of ways and a range of situations. Some are coming from an... continue
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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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Viewpoint
Mark Cartwright
In my last piece, I mused on the way in which governmental approaches to regulation of passenger transport can have some unintended consequences;... continue
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Future
Consumers in the US are now spending more time on mobile phone apps than on the web, according to a study by mobile application development analysts,... continue
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Bus News
West Yorkshire Integrated Transport Authority has delayed a final decision on whether to pursue bus Quality Contracts, as operators made a last-ditch... continue
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Products & Services
Automatic ticket gates are being installed at five Glasgow stations in a bid to combat fare evasion and anti-social behaviour. ScotRail estimate that... continue
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Ralph Adam
Smart cards have been very popular with retailers, service-providers and users: the range of applications is constantly increasing and expanding for... continue
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Cover Story
Ralph Adam
Most of us adore gadgets – and the one we love most is our mobile. I say ‘mobile’ in the singular, but according to the latest... continue
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Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
Mobile phones have changed our lives - not least how we communicate whilst travelling. Now they are set to change the whole of the passenger... continue
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Bus News
Arriva has become the first major UK bus operator to offer customers a loyalty scheme. The company has signed up to the Ice loyalty programme, which... continue
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Rail News
The European Commission has set out the technical foundations to allow a new generation of European rail journey planners and ticketing systems to be... continue
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Products & Services
The Handheld Group has won the contract to supply the Netherlands Railways with more than 10,000 Nautiz handhelds for ticket control, travel... continue
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Technology News
Bus operator Go North East has launched The Key smartcard, offering passengers a quick and alternative to paper tickets. Those using the smartcard... continue
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Technology News
User-unfriendly ticket vending machines (TVMs) can deny convenient access to public transport for passengers with disabilities. Currently available... continue
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Cover Story Detail
Peter Stoner
Smart phones now have many features that are relevant to the public transport user, and those in the business can apply these features to address... continue
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Chiltern Railways has launched a pioneering new approach to mobile phone ticketing with an integrated system that enables passengers to buy,... continue
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Peter Stonham
At the end of last year, the board of German national transport operator Deutsche Bahn quietly made a major commitment to roll out its ‘Touch... continue
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