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Issue 2 2019
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Digitalisation has taken hold of public transport operations around the world and data is the asset driving change across the industry. In an exclusive interview, Jakub Stefaniak, Head of the Department of Analysis at the Public Transport Authority of Warsaw, explains how the implementation of ITS and the collection and…
Accurate and reliable passenger counting data is crucial to making the key business decisions in public transport that could be the difference between success and failure - is there an intelligent solution?
In partnership with Cummins, Intelligent Transport catches up with Chris Conway, Chief Executive at Translink, to find out how the introduction of the Glider bus rapid transit system is encouraging more people to use public transport while reducing emissions and improving punctuality.
In association with Access IS and Region Stockholm/SL, we explore how a change to traditional ticketing methods has led to a complete overhaul of the ticketing system in Stockholm.
We asked the opinions of transport leaders from Europe and the U.S. to find out how public transport is changing, what form it is taking and what the new responsibilities of public and private organisations are likely to be.
With passenger numbers on the up and the constraints this puts on capacity, control rooms are put under increasing pressure. Thomas Kritzer, Head of the Tramway Operations Division at Wiener Linien, explains how digitalisation can help, with intelligent assistants stepping in to do what humans can’t.
The prospect of MaaS is one that operators, authorities, cities and consumers across the world might look at as the holy grail of urban mobility - but what will it take to make that prospect a reality? Here, we look at the approach that more 'provincial' cities could take to…
Daniel Ruiz, CEO at Zenzic, talks to Intelligent Transport about connected and self-driving vehicles (CAVs) in the UK and explains why the country is well-placed to take advantage of the social and economic benefits they can provide.