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Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG)

 

ATRON equips complete BVG bus fleet with on-board computers

26 March 2015 | By

The BVG is the largest transport company in Berlin and, together with the VBB, transports passengers within an area of more than 1,000 km². More than 1,300 buses and more than 350 trams cover over 105 million kilometers per year. Berlin’s transport companies have the largest tram and bus networks…

Future-proofing public transport in the growing city of Berlin

12 March 2015 | By

Chairwoman of the Management Board and Chief Executive Officer of the BVG, Dr Sigrid Evelyn Nikutta, takes a look at current challenges and new opportunities on the horizon for the operator to ensure that public transport in the future will be Berlin’s number one mode of travel...

Ticket to ride

11 November 2008 | By

For transport operators, protecting their passengers, staff and their assets is of paramount importance, and increasingly so. Whether on buses, trains or trams, indeed on any passenger transport, combating crime and dealing with the fall-out of crime is a major concern, fraught with challenges. For Intelligent Transport, Robert Wint, Marketing…

BVG’s preparations for the World Cup 2006

31 March 2006 | By

As many as 5 million visitors could descend upon Berlin to watch the World Cup. It is the responsibility of transport operator BVG to ensure that everything runs smoothly. The Football World Cup in Germany will consist of 64 matches played by teams from around the world. Berlin is one…