Issue #2 2017 – Digital version

Posted: 11 April 2017 | | 1 comment

Read the free-to-view digital version of the latest issue of Intelligent Transport magazine…

    An interview with Jacob Bangsgaard, CEO, ERTICO – ITS Europe
  • LUXEMBOURG: Luxembourg’s multi-modal and sustainable mobility solutions
    François Bausch, Minister for Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, Luxembourg
  • BELGIUM: Efficient as a tram, flexible as a bus
    Roger Kesteloot, Director General, De Lijn
  • FRANCE: Committed to the sustainable and smart mobility revolution
    Alain Vidalies, Minister of State for Transport, Marine Affairs and Fisheries, France
  • SECURITY: Tackling anti-social behaviour on buses with live CCTV technology
    Mark Babington, Safety & Security Manager, Transport for West Midlands (TfWM)
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Smart Cities
  • EVENT PREVIEW: European Bus Forum 2017
  • REGULATION & LEGISLATION: Creating common rules for public transport accessibility in the EU
    Gunta Anca, Vice-President, European Disability Forum (EDF)
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Metro & Light-Rail
  • WEBINAR REVIEW: How to design a perfect intermodal ltravel experience
    In association with Simpleway
  • EVENT PREVIEW: ITS European Congress 2017

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One response to “Issue #2 2017 – Digital version”

  1. Bertil Hylén says:

    Interesting developments in Luxemburg. There is today an enormous in-commuting (by car). Are there or will there be common tickets/passes for train, tram and bus?

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