Tramways&Uraban Transit 2011年2月号
イギリスのライトレイル協会の機関紙だある「TRAMWAYS & URBANTRANSIT」の 2011年2月号が到着しました。私的にはロシアの記事が気になりました。
Toronto’s new mayor kills multi-billion dollar transit City project; Transtech wins Helsinki order for up to 130 trams; European operators cope with extreme snowfall; Forth Worth decides against city center tramway; troubled Tel Aviv tram project nationalized.
Is 2011 make or break for UK LRT?
Industry responds to UK Minister’s requests.
DART hits its target
Is the Texan love affair with the automobile over?
Dallas grows its successful light rail system.
Vienna: The good life
What relationship dose Vienna’s status as one of the best place to live have with public transport?
System fact file :Marselle
Neil Pulling takes a look at a France city that’s independence of spirit is reflected in its tramway.
What future for Russia’s tramways?
Football’s World Cup is heading to the former Soviet country, but what light rail will still exist by that time?
Hamilton develops CAD800m cross-city LRT plan; irregularities force retendering for Hanover trams; Abuja light rail project cancelled; Moscow goes ahead with full sale of metro construction vehicle; cacelled tram contact to significantly deley Houston expansion.
Better delivery and fewer hoops for promoters, consider the aesthetics, and why the Fort Worth street car died.
Classic trams: Belgian expansion
Mike Russell looks at how an independent group is recreating the famous Vicinal