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One billion journeys made by contactless payment on London’s transport network

Updated : September 14, 2017

London’s transport network recently celebrated its billionth pay as you go journey made with a contactless payment card. On average, two million journeys in London are made using contactless every day. In total, 40 per...

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Accessible rolling stock for the Helsinki region light-rail line

Updated : September 14, 2017

The first light-rail line in the Helsinki region will be completed in the 2020s between Itäkeskus, Helsinki and Keilaniemi, Espoo. The first design concept for the Artic XL cars to run on the line has been created....

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A large number of new low-emission buses introduced on HSL bus routes

Updated : September 14, 2017

Since August, 52 brand new buses have been operating on HSL bus routes. This is an unusually high number of new buses to introduce at the same time. New vehicles allow bus companies to give up older buses. The new...

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Preliminary study to connect both tramways networks in Barcelona

Updated : September 14, 2017

In March 2016, the Generalitat de Catalunya – Catalonia’s regional government – and Barcelona City Hall, signed a collaboration protocol to start a study on the feasibility of interlinking the two existing tramway...

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Testing of autonomous shuttles

Updated : September 14, 2017

Innovative public transport solutions will be gradually added to the existing offer, including the testing of autonomous vehicles on the Paris Esplanade in La Défense from June 29 to December 31, 2017, for the last...

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Mayoral visit marks project ramp-up

Updated : September 14, 2017

The next phase in Midland Metro Alliance’s £149m work to expand the tram network in the West Midlands got underway on Tuesday 5 September when the MMA moved one of Birmingham’s most iconic sculptures – Iron: Man – out of...

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New fares – cleaner air in Warsaw

Updated : September 14, 2017

Warsaw has changed its public transport fares considerably in 2017. The biggest novelty was a large reduction of the prices of travel cards valid in both zones and introduction of free rides for the students of...

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Warsaw: Transport without barriers

Updated : September 14, 2017

The Warsaw authorities strive to make public transport safe, comfortable and accessible to all passengers. For many years, the needs of people with disabilities and passengers with reduced mobility have been taken...

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Touristic ticket offer in Amsterdam region extended

Updated : September 14, 2017

With the introduction of the Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket (A&RTT) visitors in the Amsterdam metropolitan region will be enabled to easily move around the region using one single ticket on all modes of...

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Developing ‘Mobility as a Service’ in the West Midlands

Updated : March 27, 2017

Background Positive change is happening in the West Midlands. A new West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) governance model supported by a transformation Devolution Deal with the UK Government, will see an...

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