イギリスのライトレール協会の機関誌 Tramways & Urban transitの2014年12月号No924が手に入りました。
Dubai and Suzhou open their first tramlines; Manchester Airport line opens and funding approved for Trafford Park; Paris Tangentielle become Tram Express; Boston order sees China’s CNR break into US market.
COMMENT: OVERSEAS INSPIRATION
Is UK high speed and urban rail connectivity inspiration just across the Channel? Alistair Gordon from Keolis UK believes it is.
DART TAKES FLIGHT
The ambition of North Texas is epitomized by the opening of the line to Dallas / Fort Worth International. Vic Simons reports.
KAOHSIUNG:THE GREEN MODEL
James Chuang examines Taiwan’s first tram project, which builds upon the city’s reputation for visionary urban planning.
ALL ABOUT PARTNERSHIP
Retiring Tyne and Wear transport authority Chief Excutive Bernard Garner shares his thoughts with TAUT.
SYSTEMS FACT FILE: PYONGYANG
The tramway in North Korea’s capital is little known by outsiders. TAUT studies its diverse operations.
MAGDEBURG OF THE MEND
More than a year following devastating floods after the River Elbe broke its banks, the cleanup operation continues.
WORLD WIDE REVIEW
Austria’s Stern & Hafferl Kakalbahn to reach Klosternplatz; trams return to Toronto’s Queens Quay; work begins on 40km Shanghai tramway; consultation starts for second Angers tramline; tunneling finished for Stuttgart’s new tram subway.
Guided busway have their place; and the Light rail Transit Association chairman on why now is the time for tram to flourish.
The UK’s Crich celebrates 50 electric years, with a parade that spanned the decades.