イギリスのライトレール協会の機関誌 Tramways & Urban transitの2014年11月号No923が手に入りました。
New Tube for London revealed; Sunshine Coast pushes for LRT ‘spine’; Alstom trains for new Brazil factory; Taipei ground breaking; Innsbruck begins phase 2 expansion.
INNOTRANS: THE GLOBAL MARKET
Over 140 000 visitors descended on Berlin for the bi-annual Innotrans fair, with LRT playing a wider part than ever before.
WACHING THE SUN LINK RISE
Tucon’s modern streetcar already boasts impressive ridership and is driving urban renewal. Vic Simons explains.
MOSCOW: PART TWO
Mike Russell update the story of one of the world’s most complex tramway systems and its fascinating fleet.
HEILBRONN TRAM TRAIN
PHOENIX SPREADS ITS WINGS
Phoenix opened its first line in 2008; two extensions are underway. With more to come.
SYSTEM FACT FILE
The French city’s tramway has grown form a surviving fragment as part of the city’s much needed economic revival.
WORLD WIDE REVIEW
Bordeaux’s latest transport projects; Solaris tramino to enter service in Braunschweig; Kenosha approves north south route; Rome metro opens to Monet Compatiri/Pantano; Trieste’s Opicina tramway resumes servise.
UITP reinventing the wheel; why deregulation doesn’t work; and Honnover as an inspiration for cross mode transport.
CALSSIC TRAMS:LISBON PART2
The concluding part of TAUT’s look at the enviable Portuguese tramway museum.