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New Transit
Technology News
Global technology analyst ABI Research is predicting that 2.1bn contactless ‘credentials’ – a combination of smartcards and radio... continue
New Transit
Technology News
What is claimed to be the world’s first fully mobile and wireless information display system is now being offered as a innovative new... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Finnish contactless supplier Confidex has won the £400,000 job to supply contactless paper tickets on the Glasgow Subway for the Strathclyde... continue
New Transit
Technology News
The UK’s major rail companies are set to be included in a new “GDS for rail” being developed by technology giant Amadeus this... continue
New Transit
Technology News
The Opal smartcard system for public transport currently being installed in Sydney by the Cubic-led Pearl consortium for regional agency Transport... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Wales Transport Minister Carl Sargeant has launched a public pilot of the government-backed national pay-as-you-go GoCymru travel smartcard. Starting... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Brighton and Hove Buses have launched a new mobile ticketing solution powered by specialist Corethree’s Core Engine integration platform. It... continue
New Transit
Technology News
The international airline community is hoping to bring in a new distribution system that provides a comprehensive price and service offer. The... continue
New Transit
Technology News
Audi drivers can now access information from their cars about current train connections from anywhere in Germany, and soon anywhere in Europe, under... continue
New Transit
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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Feature
GilesK Bailey
The embracing of social media by the public transport industry over the last year or so has been a major advance in using the technology revolution... continue
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Feature
New Transit
Feature
The economic circumstances of 2012 gave added impetus to a range of lobbyists and protestors, harnessing public support against cuts in spending on... continue
New Transit
Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
Significance can be a difficult thing to establish- but it is a task worth addressing in determining priorities, spotting trends and choosing who to... continue
Parking Review
Construction
One of Lincoln's largest car parks is to close for five months to allow the second phase of a refurbishment plan. The 458-space Lucy Tower car... continue
Parking Review
Developments
Parking spaces for 400 vehicles features in plans by Inverclyde Council to revitalise Gourock town centre. The project includes a new one-way system,... continue
Parking Review
Payment systems
Phone parking has been introduced at a leisure centre in Camberley, Surrey, to differentiate between non-paying leisure centre members and casual... continue
Parking Review
Payment systems
Cash free phone payment is now being rolled out across pay & display areas in Aberdeen. More than 40,000 transactions have been made through... continue
Parking Review
Operational
Work has started on a new parking guidance system in Weston-super-Mare to show drivers available parking spaces in town centre and seafront car... continue
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