Issue #6 2016 – Digital version

30 November 2016  •  Author(s): Eurotransport Magazine

Eurotransport digital issue 6 2016Just some of the features in Issue #6 2016 include:

  • CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE: Emerging smart cities in Central and Eastern Europe
    Artur Perchel, Manager – Central Eastern Europe & Israel, UITP
  • BULGARIA: ITS deployment in Bulgarian urban areas
    Christina Nikolova, Associate Professor, UNWE and Marta Klisurova, Transport Research Institute
  • WEBINAR REVIEW: Technology-enabled on-demand/flexible transit services: new opportunities for PTAs
    In association with DemandTrans
  • ALTERNATIVE POWER SUPPLEMENT: ElectriCity: Gothenburg’s exciting electric bus project
    Hanna Björk, Environmental Strategist, Västtrafik and Per-Erik Lund, Project Manager, Keolis
  • ALTERNATIVE POWER SUPPLEMENT: Nottingham’s heart beats with electric buses
    Andy Gibbons, Head of Public Transport and Steve Cornes, Public Transport Team Member, Nottingham City Council, and Ian Combellack, General Manager, Nottingham Community Transport
  • ALTERNATIVE POWER SUPPLEMENT: The zero emissions race: the epic industry hurdles ahead
    Kyle Testo, Technical Strategy Manager and James Higlett, Head of Technical Strategy and Innovation, Arriva
  • ALTERNATIVE POWER SUPPLEMENT: UK takes big strides toward clean solutions for bus as digital revolution gathers pace
    Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, LowCVP
  • WEBINAR REVIEW: The future of fare collection
    In association with Masabi
  • ASSISTED MOBILITY: Passengers with reduced mobility can benefit from Internet protocol-based communication services
    Lars Schnieder, Head of Intermodality and Public Transport Department and Anna-Maria Ademeit, Research Associate, German Aerospace Center, DLR
  • INFRASTRUCTURE INSPECTION: Metro Madrid’s innovative infrastructure inspection machine
    Rubén Muñoz García, Project Manager, Metro de Madrid
  • SAFETY & SECURITY SUPPLEMENT: TfGM’s Control Centre and integrated transport management
    Kevin Hargreaves, Key Route Network Manager, Transport for Greater Manchester
  • SAFETY & SECURITY SUPPLEMENT: Making public transport safe and accessible for people living with vision impairments
    Muhammad Karim, Diversity Co-ordinator, Transport for Greater Manchester
  • SAFETY & SECURITY SUPPLEMENT: London Underground’s Escalator Passenger Safety Strategy – making passengers safer
    Phil Harley, Senior Engineer – Ops LU Engineering Stations Equipment Team and Chair of the EPSS, London Underground

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