Michael Taplin looks at the prospects for new tramway openings this year, with new lines around the world due to open – and a few hanging over from 2019.read more
Reg Harman offers a short critique of the current planning and development processes for UK light rail schemes.read more
Philippe Bernard and Derek Small from SYSTRA, and Stephen Ware from TSP Projects, a SYSTRA company, examine the benefits of tram-train with case studies from France and the UK.read more
Clive Pennington and Olga Evstafyeva of Amey share some insights into how technology has the power to transform light rail operations and maintenance strategies.read more
The role of local ‘champions’, informed and empowered transport authorities, light rail funding and delivery were all up for discussion when TAUT met new UKTram Chairman George Lowder MBE.read more
Furrer+Frey’s MOCS offers safety and accessibility improvements for rail systems and is being used on the new Port Louis – Curepipe LRT system.read more
By 2024 a modern light rail route will supplement Helsinki’s traditional tramway and go a long way towards increasing capacity on a key transport corridor. Lauri Kangas from the Jokeri Light Rail Alliance explains the background.read more
With the initial service now well-established, Luxembourg’s eponymous capital city looks to the opening of future sections.read more
The tramway in the Finnish city of Tampere is the largest infrastructure project the region has ever seen. Lanna Blyth reports on progress to date.read more
TAUT examines the latest progress with the vision to deliver enhanced urban rail services across South Wales.read more
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