イギリスのライトレール協会の機関誌 Tramways & Urban transitの2011年10月号が手に入りました。
Jerusalem service began; Bombardier’s new Flexity 2 arrives in Blackpool; ‘The Tide’ is swamped by riders in tis opening weeks; Stadler wins London Tramlink contract; Edinburgh votes to build into the city.
Light rail diversity in Lisbon
Neil pulling examines public transport operation either side of the River Tasus and service integration in the Greater Lisbon area.
HeiterBlick: Small manufacturer, big plan
TAUT explores the celebrations behind delivering Bielefeld’s first Vamos – and preparing to help build new car for Hannover.
System Fact file: Den Haag
With modern light rail begin added to a well-established tramway, the growing Den Haag region in Zuid-Holland province enjoys an impressive level of service.
APCS: The collection of ridership date
Georg Konig, responsible for Automatic Passenger Counting System at INIT, examines the current methodology in charting and analyzing ridership date.
Feasibility studies agreed for eight new Algerian tramways; Santiago plans 200km metro; Nanjin orders 402 new metro cars; EUR300m line E to be build Grenoble; Lodz operator MPK buys suburban tramway operator TP; EUR374m Qatari LRT contact goes to Vinci Construction.
Diversion and renewal costs examined; your views on Edinburgh; why miles and kilometer still matter.
After many years, the enthusiast movement in Switzerland’s federal capital has succeeded in opening a dedicate museum – with full co-operation from the city tramway operator.