【書籍】TRAMWAYS&URBAN TRANSIT 2010年4月号
TRAMWAS&URBAN TRANSIT No868 2010年4月号
More big wins for US light rail; Sydney CBD Metro dumped un new master plan; UK Government to approve Birmingham expansion; Siemens increases US production; funding unlocked for tyne & Wear.
Wirral: Classic meets 21st Century
Merseytravel’s adoption and development of the Wirral Tramway in Birkenhead can from the transport link into a major redevelopment project.
A model tramway for the smaller city
In Europe and beyond, smaller urban canters are building light rail-Vitoria-Gasteiz is one.
Norrkoping: Small but sustainable
The small city of Norrkoping in Sweden retained its tramway and is growing and modernisng it.
Systems Fact file: Milan
Italy’s second-large city has a varied tram operation, part of complex public transport network.
The end of the Brussels 7000PCCs
Cherished by generation of passengers, a tramway icon has ended its service in Belgium’s capital.
15 minutes with… Rregis Hennion
Keolis’ director of metro and light rail explains the opportunities and challenges for the operator.
Stadler wins in Stuttgart; Mexico City revives tram plan; report suggests Glasgow light rail; Vancouver’s tramway a success; Bom Sinal wins more order.
Quality public transport is key to regenertion, order trams still have part to play, praise for TAUT’s news.
Classic trams: San Francisco
Mike Rusell takes an excursion to the west coast of the United States to celebrate the first decade of a remarkable heritage operation.