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New Transit
Feature
T ravellers were once tempted by the simple pleasures of their journey: a time to reflect, relax and simply stare out the window. Or they just... continue
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Technology News
Danish wireless technology company BLIP Systems is installing its first rail passenger tracking scheme at Groningen station, in the north of the... continue
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Feature
Kenneth Lin
According to National Rail’s Journey Planner, a simple trip in the Greater London area from Watford Junction to Woking requires two mainline... continue
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Feature
Though Paris and London have attracted attention by developing their regional heavy rail networks to supplement existing tube/metro lines through new... continue
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Cover Story
Peter Stonham and Dan Wright
The majority of the world’s population now live in urban areas. That point was reached in 2008, according to official UN statistics, as the... continue
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Sub story to feature
Any rail journey involving interchange across London is potentially a problem to explain to travellers. It is likely that business is lost to rail... continue
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Viewpoint
Jonathon Tyler
While waiting for a train I often inspect the promotional material and timetables on display at a station. It’s a simple check on what the... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Miller
The concept of coach-train, or Car à Haut Niveau de Service (CHNS), is being explored as an interurban public transport solution in several... continue
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Feature
Step outside many European urban railway stations, and the first thing a passenger often encounters is the platforms of a tram stop, ensuring swift... continue
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Rail News
An on board train system from Clearsy  has been designed to measure the distance between the platform and the train before installing a... continue
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World
What characterizes the TTC style of intermodal hubs and makes it distinct from other transit system hubs? ¦  Weather protected connections... continue
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World Lead Story
Kenneth Lin
M ost public transit users in urban areas do not just take individual bus and rail services. They use “the system.” And that means... continue
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The Big Question
Peter Warman
Public transport needs to focus on its core asset: the network, and make visible to users and potential users the true extent and stability of the... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
Public address and voice alarm specialist ATEÏS-Group have switched their UK activities away from ATEÏS UK to a new partner and distributor... continue
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Viewpoint
Kevin Hilton
The digital revolution has unlocked a rush of new information systems that offer diverse ways of putting both encyclopaedic and highly specific rail... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
David Crawford
The release of both scheduled and real-time travel information by the UK rail industry as open data is raising the quality of service advice to... continue
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Projects
Relatively short connections in the transport network can have a disproportionate significance in both addressing end-to-end journey requirements,... continue
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Technology News
Los Angeles-headquartered Boingo Wireless has signed an agreement with US East Coast company Transit Wireless to manage and operate wi-fi internet... continue
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Products & Services
San Franciso’s Muni plans to install a network of high-tech behavioural recognition surveillance cameras on its subway. They will be used to... continue
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Technology News
US on-line grocer Peapod has turned a busy Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) L station at State and Lake Streets into a virtual supermarket aisle,... continue
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