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Magazine for the European transport industry
Magazine for the European transport industry

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Safety & Security In-Depth Focus 2017
Secure, safe and seamless operations; Policing London's Night Tube; Ensuring safety and service efficiency for bus users in Malta; and Combatting today's cyber threat in transport...
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Intermodality In-Depth Focus 2017
Moving toward MaaS transportation; Seamless mobility in Prague; A customer centric future for intermodality; and an economic agenda for smart and integrated travel...
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Autonomous Vehicles In-Depth Focus 2017
Automation and the future of public transport; Driverless technology - a commitment to the future; and Making the ParkShuttle ready for the future...
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Eurotransport's Leaders' Series 2017: Jonathan Bray
Jonathan Bray, Director of the Urban Transport Group, launches Eurotransport’s 2017 Leaders’ Series and gives his opinion on some current industry concerns including the use of Big Data, Open Data, the implications of Brexit, and the continual aim for the Group to support its members.
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C-ITS – just a technology for cars?
You may well be questioning why there is an article about C-ITS (cooperative ITS) in Eurotransport, a quintessential public transport publication. After all, isn’t C-ITS a technology invented by car manufacturers to make journeys smoother for car drivers? This is often the reaction that Suzanne Hoadley, Senior Manager at Polis, receives when the subject of…
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The voice of today’s passenger
Claire Walters joined Bus Users UK as Chief Executive in 2012 with a single focus; to ensure the voice of the passenger is heard by decision-makers at all levels, from central government to transport planners, local authorities and operators. Here Claire writes that a lot of this work is, naturally, behind the scenes but with…
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Metroshuttle improves travel for deaf and visually impaired passengers
Howard Hartley, Head of Bus at Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM), discusses how on-board Next Stop Announcement technology is helping to make bus travel easier for passengers with visual or hearing difficulties in Greater Manchester.
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Sustainable mobility – made in Germany
As a network of information exchange and communication, the German Partnership for Sustainable Mobility (GPSM) helps to strengthen international dialogue on sustainable transport. 170 reputable international and German companies active in the sustainable urban transport sector participate in the partnership today and offer their field of expertise – ranging from start-ups, to universities, to established…
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New trains for the Wuppertal Suspension Railway
The Wuppertal Suspension Railway (Wuppertaler Schwebebahn) is the world’s oldest electric elevated railway with hanging cars and is a unique system1 . Carrying approximately 80,0001 passengers per weekday through the German city, the world-famous ‘monorail’ has been largely modernised with the most recent investment focusing on new ‘Generation 15’ trains.
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Commercial Mobility as a Service in the West Midlands case study
Chris Lane, Head of Smart Travel at Transport for West Midlands and Director of Federated APIs at TravelSpirit, discusses Commercial Mobility as a Service as a case study in the West Midlands.
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