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Issue 4 2016

 

Transport management systems: ITS is dead, long live ITS

28 August 2016 | By ,

Transport for London’s Jonathan Clough, Intelligent Transport Systems Specialist (Road Space Management Outcomes Delivery Team) and Nathan Ashley, Policy Advisor (Corporate Strategy and Planning Team) explore London’s investment plans in Intelligent Transport Systems including implementing the world-leading Surface Intelligent Transport Systems (SITS) programme to expand access to real-time data.

Issue #4 2016 – Digital version

19 August 2016 | By

In this issue: ITS & Transport Management Supplement, Electric Buses, Urban Rail Developments, Four Lines Modernisation (4LM) programme, InnoTrans 2016 show preview, and much more...

ITS & Transport Management supplement 2016

19 August 2016 | By

In this supplement: Mobility as a Service (MaaS) – a new way of using ITS in public transport; ITS is dead, long live ITS; ITS Netherlands and the future of public transport; City of Turku leads the way towards public transport digitalisation and MaaS in Finland...

InnoTrans 2016 Show Preview

19 August 2016 | By

With InnoTrans 2016 just around the corner, Intelligent Transport’s Show Preview of the global public transport industry trade fair gives you exhibition advice, an overview of what highlights to expect, industry-expert opinions about the show, plus we have some exhibitors explain what they will showcase at their stands...

Urban Rail Developments supplement 2016

19 August 2016 | By

In this Urban Rail Developments supplement: A new way of thinking in a devolved world; The Moscow Little Ring Railway rises to meet demand; Eole – a project to transform mobility; Adapting to meet demand: the railways in and around Prague...

Using e-ticketing data in transport planning

19 August 2016 | By

For Intelligent Transport Peter Mott, Solution Director Public Transport at PTV Group, explains how data from electronic fare collection systems can be imported offline into a planning system for further processing and focuses on the example of the SmarTrip® Card in Washington DC.

Diversity in Asia – every challenge comes with an opportunity

19 August 2016 | By

Asia – as the world’s largest and most populated continent – shows great diversity in every aspect: economic condition, cultural practice, infrastructure development, institutional framework, and significantly, development of public transport. With ever-increasing globalisation, a sustainable and efficient public transport system is becoming the lifeline for many cities. Each city…

Enhancing public transport with reliable and accurate RTPI

19 August 2016 | By

BustrackerSEStran is a regional fleet management and live bus information system covering south-east Scotland. Jim Grieve, Programme Manager at SEStran and Stuart Maxwell, Director of WYG Ltd, explore the challenges associated with delivering a successful long-term, multi-stakeholder public sector transport project of this type against a backdrop of significant capital…

Eole – a project to transform mobility

11 August 2016 | By

SNCF aims to raise the bar in mobility with a westward extension of Line E of the Paris regional express network – a project known as Eole1 (Est–Ouest Liaison Express). Project Director Xavier Gruz gives more information on the plans to create a new mass transit service running east-west across…

City of Turku leads the way towards public transport digitalisation and MaaS in Finland

3 August 2016 | By , , ,

City of Turku is the public transport authority of the Turku region in Finland consisting of six municipalities and, since July 2014, Föli1 has been the brand for regional public transport. There are 285,000 inhabitants in the Föli area and 24.4 million trips were made using Föli buses in 2015.…