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Public transport made possible thanks to a Data Warehouse

Updated : mars 2, 2020

Nowadays, to create quick, successful and efficient public transport you need more than just a modern rolling stock, infrastructure, and tools used to model communication systems. In case of large and quickly...

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Vilnius gives names to new busses and trolleybuses, and gifts to the customers.

Updated : février 25, 2020

In spring 2019 even more transformed public transport went out onto the streets of the city - 10 new buses and trolleybuses were decorated with names chosen by passengers. From now on, we have buses in Vilnius called...

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Hoekse Lijn is open

Updated : février 25, 2020

In September 2019, the much anticipated Hoekse Lijn metro line was officially opened. The railway line between Schiedam and Hoek van Holland was closed on 31 March 2017 and rebuilt into a light rail line, connecting...

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Metropolitan region Rotterdam – Den Haag (MRDH) Towards 100% zero emission bus transport

Updated : février 25, 2020

Over the past two years, the Metropolitan region Rotterdam – Den Haag (MRDH) has been making new agreements with the public transport companies in the MRDH region about clean(er) bus transportation. In 2030, all buses...

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Copenhagen is moving to electric

Updated : février 25, 2020

In the metropolitan area of Copenhagen in Denmark, the public transport authority, Movia, is replacing diesel-powered buses and boats with electric fleets to cut emissions and become fossil-free by 2030. On December...

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A changing world : Trends and implications for public transport in the Stockholm region

Updated : février 20, 2020

The Public transport administration in Region Stockholm has released the latest trend report for 2019. The report discusses global trends (i.e. megatrends) and how they act as global drivers of society. They point to...

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Barcelona Ring Roads Low Emission Zone

Updated : février 18, 2020

Public transport will be absorbing nearly 170,000 trips more each day, thanks to the permanence of the Low Emission Zone Over the past two years, the public transport system has improved frequencies, opened new lines...

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New forms of financing can significantly change the public transport market

Updated : février 18, 2020

The transition to zero-emission bus transport results in high purchase costs for the carriers. So there is a need for a different financing model. Banks are interested in offering a variant of the bus loan, as...

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London’s Heavy Goods Vehicle Safety Permit scheme

Updated : février 18, 2020

Between 2015 and 2017, Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) were disproportionately involved in fatal collisions on London’s roads ; 63 per cent of fatal collisions involved people cycling and 25 per cent involved people...

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The Sound of Silence

Updated : février 18, 2020

An innovative new bus sound began trials on London’s latest electric bus route in January. Transport for London (TfL) developed the sound, which is played through special speakers inside the front of the bus, to ensure...

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