【書籍】TRAMWAYS&URBAN TRANSIT 2010年6月号
TRAMWAS&URBAN TRANSIT No870 2010年6月号
Washington Metro looks to Kawasaki for Fleet renewal; DB takes over Tyne and Wear Metro operation- and bids for Arriva; Consortium chosen for Pas-de-Calais network; Edinburgh’s first tram arrives; Central Corridor project row reaches resolution.
Judgements for Paris
Public transport is being promoted in the French capital for integrating the famous world city with its hinterland and encouraging economic competition.
New Orleans: five years after Katrina
Rebuilding ‘ The big Easy’ after 2005’s devastating hurricane has been a long and painful process.
System Fact file: Bordeaux
Bordeaux pioneered wire-free technology and is in the big league – Neil Pulling report on the next stage.
15 minutes with… Mike Jenkins
Parsons Brinckerhoff’s Australia-Pacific boss on how LRT can shape the cities of Australia and New Zealand.
Hanover on high?
A heated debate on high-floor versus low-floor trams has prompted the German city’s operate to commission a study of the option.
Calgary West construction start; Yerevan Metro secures support; Flexity Outlooks continue to enter setvice in Augsburg and Krefeld; Wuppertal’s unique monorail reopens.
Why German BOStrab rules are fiexble without being lax,and why small start schemes should look at the iconic trams of Brussels for cost-effective stock.
Classic Trams : Auckland
Riding vintage vehicles at the Museum of Transport & Technology in New Zealand.