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Issue 1 2017
13 October 2017 | By Jon Maessen - Eindhoven University of Technology
In an article for Intelligent Transport, Jon Maessen, member of Team FAST from Eindhoven University of Technology, talks us through the science and technology behind using hydrozine as a sustainable energy carrier.
11 October 2017 | By Thierry Wagenknecht (TPG)
Thierry Wagenknecht, Technical Director, Transports publics genevois (TPG), explains the advantages of Trolleybus Optimisation Système Alimentation (TOSA) technology over the more traditional overhead lines of the trolleybus system.
26 February 2017 | By Peter Krumm - Transdev Nederland
In November 2016 the Rotterdam The Hague Metropolitan Area (MRDH) and Connexxion agreed to continue to run services of the driverless ParkShuttle system at Rivium Business Park until the end of 2018. The system carries over 1,200 passengers per day. Despite the fact that the vehicles are currently 13 years…
25 February 2017 | By Laurent Kocher - Keolis
Advances in automation technology are making waves across all areas of daily life and passenger transport is no exception. International transport operator Keolis is leading the way in innovation in this arena – recently introducing the world’s first driverless public service on a road with restricted access in Lyon, France.…
23 February 2017 | By John Henkel - Transport for the North
The UK’s economy is unbalanced, with London and the south-east outperforming the rest of the country. The Northern Powerhouse Independent Economic Review, which was commissioned by Transport for the North (TfN) in 2016, highlighted that for the last 30 years GVA (Gross Value Added) per capita in the north of…
22 February 2017 | By Pekka Möttö - Tuup Oy
Intermodality is often described as using two or more modes of transportation in a single journey. For some, however, this is merely considered one example of intermodality – also known as a ‘travel chain’. Pekka Möttö, CEO of Tuup Oy1, shares in this article his vision of what constitutes intermodality…
19 February 2017 | By Jonathan Bray (Director - Urban Transport Group)
Jonathan Bray, Director of the Urban Transport Group, launches Intelligent Transport’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.