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Issue #5 2016 – Digital version

19 October 2016 | By Intelligent Transport

In this issue: A Foreword from Martin Russ, Managing Director of ITS Austria; A look at smartcard success in Malta; Nottingham’s advanced mobile apps; how Denmark is expanding the Rejsekort system; and how Stagecoach is tackling passenger demands; Simon Rimle, Member of the Management Board of PostBus, explains how the…

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RTPI & Smart Ticketing supplement 2016

19 October 2016 | By Intelligent Transport

In our RTPI & Smart Ticketing Supplement, we have articles about Malta’s tallinja card success; Nottingham’s advanced mobile apps; expansion of Denmark’s Rejsekort system; and how Stagecoach is tackling passenger demands...

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Bus supplement 2016

19 October 2016 | By

Belgrade’s new e-bus network; a global overview of the full-electric bus market; exploring wireless technology benefits on buses; development of the European Bus and Coach Passenger Rights regulation, creating a fair deal for Scotland’s bus users; and a look at the EBSF_2 project are all topics in our Bus Supplement...

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Integration is the key

19 October 2016 | By Martin Russ, Managing Director, AustriaTech GmbH

What will future mobility systems look like? How can urban pubic transport stay reliable and comfortable? How will mobility behaviours change over the next 10 years? There will not be just one answer, but what we can say for sure is that we need a more integrated look at all…

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How PostBus is moving into the future

19 October 2016 | By Simon Rimle, Head of Communication and Member of the Management Board, PostBus

Yellow Postbuses have been travelling on Swiss roads for 110 years. During this time they have become an important part of the public transport network. As Simon Rimle, Head of Communication and Member of the Management Board, explains to Intelligent Transport, PostBus is now taking a bold step into the…

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Project SAEIV: the road to implementation

19 October 2016 | By Léonard Sandoz, Head of Engineering and Technical Project Manager for transN

Following the merger of two public transport companies – TN (Transports publics du Littoral Neuchâtelois) and TRN (Transport Régionaux Neuchâtelois) – in 2012, the Swiss region of Canton de Neuchâtel had inherited two disparate ITCS systems. The newly-formed transN public transport company was tasked with implementing a new system to…

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Ensuring security of Europe’s public transport systems

19 October 2016 | By Mauro Borioni, Project Manager, SRM – Bologna’s Mobility and Public Transport Authority

This article gives a brief overview of two EU-funded projects – P-REACT and EUSTO – that aimed in varying ways to tackle antisocial behaviour and ‘volume’ crimes, with a view to protecting Europe’s public transport systems. Mauro Borioni, Project Manager, SRM – Bologna’s Mobility and Public Transport Authority – explains…

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On the right track: the future of Australian and New Zealand transport infrastructure

19 October 2016 | By Yasha Vojdani, Interim Executive Director & Angé Anczewska, Manager of Development and Engagement at UITP Australia New Zealand (UITPANZ),

By 2050 70% of the world’s population is expected to live in urban environments – up from an average of 50% today. Australia and New Zealand are ahead of the curve in this respect, with close to 90% of the population currently living in urbanised areas. For Intelligent Transport, Yasha…

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Where next for open transport data in Europe?

19 October 2016 | By Jonathan Raper, Board Member of the UK’s Department for Transport Transparency Board and CEO of TransportAPI

As transport data is consistently the most highly requested type of open data, here Jonathan Raper, Board Member of the UK’s Department for Transport Transparency Board and CEO of TransportAPI, focuses on the progress that has been made in releasing open transport data in Europe and where the challenges to…

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A smarter approach to bus travel

16 October 2016 | By

It seems that all aspects of life in the modern world are becoming ‘smarter’ and public transport is no different. Today’s consumer wants their plans to be researched, decided upon, paid for and confirmed at the touch of a button - usually on a smartphone or tablet and often while…

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Belgrade’s new e-bus network marks significant steps

15 October 2016 | By , , ,

In this article the team from the public utility company JKP GSP ‘Beograd’ – Željko Milković, Director; Dušan Savković, Executive Director for Technical Operations for Electric Subsystem; Slobodan Misanović Project Manager; and Jovana Paunović, PR – present the project for introducing a new ‘EKO1’ bus line in Belgrade, operated exclusively…