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Where art meets engineering

Where art meets engineering

David Holt illustrates how good infrastructure design can be technically and financially efficient and aesthetically pleasing at the same time.

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L.A. light rail on the move

L.A. light rail on the move

Since our summer 2016 visit to Los Angeles, plans for the new urban streetcar have moved forward considerably and the recrntly-approved Measure M sales tax will act as a significant project accelerator for many other LRT schemes. Vic Simons reports.

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Magdeburg still feels flooding pain

Magdeburg still feels flooding pain

This city in Saxony-Anhalt has now largely completed repairs to major tramway damage caused in 2013 – but there is still no date for the last of them. Tony Streeter reports.

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Phoenix light rail takes flight again

Phoenix light rail takes flight again

Following years of planning to develop a more complete transit network, the greater Phoenix area is moving from a single light rail line to a network with a new modern streetcar added to the mix. Vic Simons reports from the Valley of the Sun.

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Chemnitz: The model matures

Chemnitz: The model matures

City and regional authorities in eastern Germany are making huge strides with a trailblazing tram-train project. Tony Streeter provides an update.

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New tramways for 2017

New tramways for 2017

Michael Taplin presents his annual round-up of the new tramways planned to open over the next 12 months… perhaps as many as 21.

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