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New bus standards in Prague and Central Bohemia for next 10 years

Updated : September 21, 2018

An air conditioner, low-floor, enough space for baby carriages and also a maximum of comfortable seats, a modern information and fare control system, a uniform appearance. These are only some of new requirements for...

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Replacing the irreplaceable – metro replacement in Budapest

Updated : September 21, 2018

The first phase of the refurbishment of Budapest’s metro line M3, Hungary’s busiest fixed-rail route has been in process over half a year, by suspended underground operations on the section between Lehel Square and...

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New logo of Warsaw Public Transport

Updated : July 25, 2018

As at the beginning of 2018 Warsaw introduced a new logo of the Warsaw Public Transport. The logo, chosen in a competition, refers to the traditional symbols of the Polish capital. Thanks to it, the symbols on the...

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First electric vehicle chargers installed at a P+R car park in Warsaw

Updated : July 25, 2018

In December 2017, there were the first four electric vehicle chargers made available on a P+R car park in Warsaw. This investment is to improve air quality in the city and to encourage residents to use eco-friendly...

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Wieselbus lines handed over to Verkehrsverbund Ost-Region

Updated : July 25, 2018

As of June 30, the responsibility for the eleven Wiesel express bus lines was handed over by the NÖVOG to the Verkehrsverbund Ost-Region (VOR). On behalf of the Province of Lower Austria, NÖVOG developed a bus system,...

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West Midlands Launches Regional Bike Share Scheme

Updated : July 25, 2018

The tide has changed for Bike Share across the UK with many cities looking to these schemes to support a step change in cycling, reducing car journeys, improving health and reducing air pollution on our roads. This is...

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Helsinki - the walking capital of the world

Updated : July 25, 2018

HSL wants to encourage everyone in the metropolitan area to walk more. Walking brings cities to life and supports citizens’ physical and mental wellbeing. Walking is also a fundamental aspect of using public transport...

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News about public transport in Vilnius

Updated : July 25, 2018

According to the results of 2017 research of passengers flow in Vilnius, about 514 thousand passengers are transported in Vilnius by public transport on the working day. In fact, about 24.1% of all travels in Vilnius...

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Contactless payment’s popularity continues to grow

Updated : July 23, 2018

More than half of all pay as you go trips made on London’s Tube and rail services are now made with contactless payment. On buses and trams, the use of contactless is also increasing rapidly - with around 45 per cent...

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Tendering of HSL’s train services

Updated : July 23, 2018

June 2021 will mark the beginning of a new era in Helsinki region commuter train services, when the operator tendered by HSL undertakes to operate commuter trains in the region. The tendering process consist of two...

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