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Magazine: Tramways & Urban Transit: updated 15 October 2014
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The Light Rail Transit Association’s magazine is widely regarded as the definitive light rail journal and is essential reading for all concerned with urban transport and planning. T & UT is published on the third Friday of every month and is full of news, features and articles about light rail and urban transit systems around the world.
Read how cities are transforming themselves with modern modes of urban transit — making them better places to live, work, shop and play — enabling civilised life without the dominance of the motor car.
The LRTA also publishes an historical magazine Tramway Review, further information here.
The November T&UT issue (No 923) has been dispatched.
The members area is now active and can be accessed in the same way as for the on-line magazine. Currently it holds the AGM papers and a new document which gives advice on campaigning and also a form with details of new books available in the shop and also a new address if ordering by post. 2014 Membership cards for on-line only members are available to be printed in the members area!
The November T&UT plus Light Rail Awards Special are now available on-line for members and can be accessed by logging into your account (or creating an account) on the LRTA shop at www.lrta.info/shop.. If when logged in you do not see the link to the on-line magazine then e-mail OLM@lrta.org with you membership number and details.
New in the Members Area: AGM papers and Reports submitted to the 2014 Association Officers Conference.
Personal members, except those who pay by Direct Debit, will have received a yellow insert (with the November issue) with details of other societies and overseas agents along with a renewal form on the reverse of the address carrier for the November magazine.
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|923 November 2014||InnoTrans: The global marketplace 2014 preview|
|923 November 2014||Vic Simon||Tucson: Watching the Sun Link rise|
|923 November 2014||Mike Russell||Moscow Tramways: Past, Present and Future. Pt 2.|
|923 November 2014||Günter Koch||Heilbronn Tram-Train: A Partnership Effort|
|923 November 2014||Vic Simon||Phoenix spreads its wings|
|923 November 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 86 - Saint-Étienne, France|
|923 November 2014||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: Lisboa's museum makeover Pt 2|
|923 November 2014||Light Rail Awards Special|
|922 October 2014||InnoTrans 2014 preview|
|922 October 2014||Mike Russell||Moscow Tramways: Past, Present and Future|
|922 October 2014||Paul Griffiths||Innovating to find the ideal trackform|
|922 October 2014||Wade Rosado||How Big Data offers big opportunities for transit networks|
|922 October 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 85 - Tallinn, Estonia|
|922 October 2014||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: Lisboa's museum makeover|
|921 September 2014||Vic Simons||Minneapolis - St Paul: Reconnecting the Twin Cities|
|921 September 2014||Ciril van Hattum||Manila: A complex LRT operation|
|921 September 2014||Special review||Budapest's modern transit revolution|
|921 September 2014||Reg Harman||Busways: Do they work in practice?|
|921 September 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 84 - Dijon, France|
|921 September 2014||Vic Simons||Salt Lake City update: Where sugar meets salt for UTAH LRT|
|921 September 2014||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: Royal honour for Den Haag|
|920 August 2014||Paul Tetlaw||Comment: Edinburgh trams and the planned inquiry|
|920 August 2014||9th UK Light Rail Conference||A promise for UK's future|
|920 August 2014||Herbert Pence||LRT Expansion in Queen Charlotte's city|
|920 August 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 83 - Riga, Latvia|
|920 August 2014||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: A Belgian centenary (Brussels route 81)|
|919 July 2014||David Gibson||Comment: Tramway construction costs|
|919 July 2014||Vic Simons||Tampa and Teco: Community-based streetcar operations|
|919 July 2014||Keith Bailey||Why trams are England's favorite mode of transport|
|919 July 2014||Dr. Marc-Andre Klemenz, Francisco Romero & Michael W. Gödde||Munich: Optimisation through operational simulation|
|919 July 2014||Simon Johnston||Comment: Let Edinburgh passengers enjoy the fair weather|
|919 July 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 82 - Bern, Switzerland|
|919 July 2014||Herbert Pence||Classic Trams: 75 Years old and still ticking over: Seashore Trolley Museum. Pt. 2|
|918 June 2014||Michael Taplin||TRAM-TRAIN: A promise unfulfilled?|
|918 June 2014||Simon Coulthard & Helen Plummer||NEXT STOP ROTHERHAM: UK TRAM-TRAIN PROGRESS|
|918 June 2014||Vic Simons||Nantes moves on|
|918 June 2014||Alissa Ede||ABBEY LINE: Lessons from a light rail conversion|
|918 June 2014||Tony Streeter||Nordhausen: An unusual 'Duo'|
|918 June 2014||Local knowledge meets international technology|
|918 June 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile Special T5 and T7 - Paris, France|
|918 June 2014||Herbert Pence||Classic Trams: 75 Years old and still ticking over: Seashore Trolley Museum|
|918 June 2014||Insert||10 Years of Nottingham Express Transit|
|917 May 2014||Mat Taylor||Flexing some mussel power: A regional approach|
|917 May 2014||Mike Taplin||Brazil: Transit for the World Cup and beyond|
|917 May 2014||Vic Simons||New Orleans is finally on the move - and on the up|
|917 May 2014||City Circulators: Going round in circles?|
|917 May 2014||Bob Collis, Mike Grimsey and Tim Strong (TRL) and Paul Griffiths (Centro)||Re-fuelling the UK's light rail revolution|
|917 May 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 80 Essen: Germany|
|917 May 2014||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: Oslo's 'Gold Standard' recalled|
|916 April 2014||Gian-Luca Erbacci||LRT growth in the Mena region|
|916 April 2014||The Algerian LRT explosion|
|916 April 2014||Mike Taplin||Tram market review 2014|
|916 April 2014||Geoffrey Skelsey and Yves-Laurent Hansart||Brussels: Developing the Metro|
|916 April 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 79: Le Havre: France|
|916 April 2014||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: Bergische Land|
|915 March 2014||Paul Griffiths||Driving innovation in light rail|
|915 March 2014||Witold Urbanowicz||TRAMINO: Jena's future arrives|
|915 March 2014||Geoffrey Skelsey and Yves-Laurent Hansart||Still growing: Brussels' tramway expands|
|915 March 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 78: Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|915 March 2014||Vic Simons||Miami: A model of transit diversity|
|915 March 2014||Mike Russell||RVZ-6 enters twilight zone|
|914 February 2014||Mike Taplin||New tramways for 2014|
|914 February 2014||What we've been waiting for: Edinburgh's almost ready to roll|
|914 February 2014||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 77: Toulouse, France|
|914 February 2014||Preparing Metrolink for expansion|
|914 February 2014||Mike Russell||Keeping trams running|
|914 February 2014||Insert||LONDON UNDERGROUND 150 YEARS AND MOVING FORWARD|
|913 January 2014||Herbert Pence||Cincinnati's streetcar hits the buffers|
|913 January 2014||Mat Taylor||Bridging the funding gap|
|913 January 2014||2013 review||2013 Another inspirational year for LRT|
|913 January 2014||Vic Simons||CHICAGO: Modernisation and renewal|
|913 January 2014||Mike Russell||Systems Factfile 76: Kviv, Ukraine|
|913 January 2014||Mike Russell||Essen at 120|
|913 January 2014||Insert||2013 Index|
Earlier years articles lists:- 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009* 2008 2007 2006 2005** 2004** 2003** 2002** 2001**
* one article available as a pdf
** some articles available to read as web pages.
List of selected articles from 1999 to 2005 available to read as web pages.
Simon Johnston, Editor–in–Chief of Tramways & Urban Transit welcomes comments, ideas — even criticism! - from readers.
If you have an article, feature, photo or letter for publication in the magazine which you would like considered for publication you can contact Simon by post at:
The Editor, Tramways & Urban Transit, c/o LRTA, PO Box 26, Sawtry, PE28 5WY, United Kingdom. - or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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