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KVT Voice: making accessibility more mobile

21 August 2017 | By

Jim McGeever, Associate Consultant at LuxMobility, tells Eurotransport how a new mobile app from Kaunas Public Transport is changing the way in which those with a visual impairment can access and interact with the city’s public transport services.


Sustainable development of Sofia public transport

17 December 2015 | By Metodi Avramov, Marketing Director of the Sofia Urban Mobility Centre

Sofia’s public transport was significantly developed in the years 2007-2013, with the introduction of extended metro lines, rolling stock and traffic management systems. Following the success of these changes, Metodi Avramov, Marketing Director of the Sofia Urban Mobility Centre, discusses how the Bulgarian capital city is now focusing on improving…


Green light for Leeds trolleybus

5 July 2012 | By Department for Transport (DfT)

Trolleybuses are set to return to Leeds after Transport Secretary Justine Greening approved a new £250 million state-of-the-art public transport system...


2011 – A year rich in changes at TPG

31 October 2011 | By Roland Bonzon, CEO, TPG

As previously announced in Intelligent Transport Issue 5 2010, after several years of feasibility studies, preparation and finally construction, travellers in Geneva will be able to benefit from tram line 14 and its new 6.5km extension to Bernex. At the same time, a major re-organisation of the tram and bus…


RATB’s projects for sustainable development

15 December 2010 | By Adrian Criţ, General Manager, RATB

We all know that providing mobility in a capital city implies high energy consumption, which has negative effects on the quality of the environment. Therefore, the current European transport strategies promote alternatives to private cars, such as public transport vehicles, walking and cycling. In this respect, RATB has focused on…


Riga upgrades public transport services and rolling stock

15 December 2010 | By Leons Bemhens, Chairman of the Board, Rīgas satiksme

Riga’s public transport has undergone significant changes in recent years. The electronic payment system has been introduced successfully, and after the renovation of the bus fleet, tram and trolleybus renovations have now started, accompanied by modernisation of the infrastructure. Transfer to e-ticket The 1 March 2009 was a remarkable day…