イギリスのライトレール協会の機関誌 Tramways & Urban transitの2017年3月号No951が手に入りました。
Puebla interurban opens, Nantes to create fourth line and looks to new fleet; Keolis Amey wins MetroLink operations contract; Utrecht places CAF order to unify rolling stock.
2017’S NEW TRAMWAYS
In what could be a record year, Mike Taplin counts as many as 21new systems that could open to passengers in the next 12 months.
CRRC IN THE USA
Herbert Pence talks to the newest US rolling stock entrant, and examines how the Chinese conglomerate is shaking up the market.
PESA’S MOVE INTRO METROS
Aleady established in the European LRV sector, Poland’s Pesa has big ambitions as it moves into metro development.
SYSTEMS FACTFILE: OSTRAVA
Radically reshaped by political and economic shifts over the past two decades, Neil Pulling looks at the tramway’s changing role in this Czech Republic city.
Chinese metro system expand in Fuzhou, Harbin and Nanjing; Funding secured for Wiesbaden-Mainz Link; Assam Government approves four line plan for Guwahati; Rabat Sale tramline to be extended at both ends.
Cyber threats to tram automation; Why reinvent the wheel or the rail?
CLASSIC TRAMS: TRAMS ON TOUR
Mike Russell reviews recent move movements between UK heritage organizations.