イギリスのライトレール協会の機関誌 Tramways & Urban transitの2012年04月号No892が手に入りました。
Toronto light rail supporters fight back ; Final approval for Midland Metro expansion ; Obama’s budget detailed.
Rolling stock orders: Boom before bust?
With packed order books for the big manufacturers over the next five years, smaller plays are increasing their market share. Micharl Taplin reports.
Ukraine’s road to Euro 2012
Mike Russell reports on tramway developments and operations in this former Soviet country.
The new environment for streetcars
Kinksharyou International Project Manager Bill Kleppinger examines the bright future for US light rail.
Hybrid trams and future drives
The case for hybrid trams , explained by Dr Alex Luvishis.
System Fact file: Dusseldorf
Neil Pulling reports from one of Europe’s most comprehensive urban transport network systems.
Budapest: Mixed fleet operations
Hungary’s capital has run different tram designs together since the 19th century. Laszlo Szedlmajer and Illes Fodor form operator BKV examine the challenges and benefits.
Ceremonies mark Buenos Aires metro extension work; Hongkong’s MTR puts its new C-class into service; Federal approval given for Honolulu’s USD5bn light metro.
More on the utilities issues, and continuing the debate on the high speed versus light rail investment.
Classic trams: Malmkoping
In the third part of his Swedish trilogy, Mike Ruseell looks in detail at Stockholm’s Transport Museum.