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Magazine: Tramways & Urban Transit: updated 15 July 2015
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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 August T&UT issue (No 932) 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. 2015 Membership cards for on-line only members are available to be printed in the members area!
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|932 August 2015||UK Light Rail Conference||Driving innovation and best practice|
|932 August 2015||UITP World Congress||'Without public transport, big cities of the future will become unlivable.'|
|932 August 2015||Howard Johnston||Comment: Issues of obsolescence|
|932 August 2015||Vic Simons||Streetcars return to Atlanta|
|932 August 2015||Martijn Donders||Utrecht Uithoflijn: Development and challenges|
|932 August 2015||Bob Hall||Understanding the wheel/rail interface Pt. 2|
|932 August 2015||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 95 - Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany|
|932 August 2015||Peter Maddocks and Andrew Scarffe||Snaefell at 120|
|931 July 2015||Witold Urbanowicz||Warsaw: Transforming the transport landscape|
|931 July 2015||Michael Taplin||Shaking up the rolling stock market|
|931 July 2015||Bob Hall||Understanding the wheel/rail interface Pt. 1|
|931 July 2015||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 94 - Orléans, France|
|931 July 2015||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: The wanderer returns|
|930 June 2015||Herbert Pence||Blizzard buries Boston|
|930 June 2015||James Snowdon||Stray Current: Myth or legend?|
|930 June 2015||Howard Johnston||Why the champions are key to driving LRT development|
|930 June 2015||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 93 - Tram and Light Rail, Hong Kong SAR, China|
|930 June 2015||Alan Pearce and Mike Russell||Classic Trams: What about the trolley-poles? Pt 3|
|929 May 2015||David Steele||The Danish light rail renaissance|
|929 May 2015||James Snowdon||UK street track: Have we got it right?|
|929 May 2015||DUBAI: Showcase for the Gulf?|
|929 May 2015||Gurmeet Kaur||Dubai's rail regulations|
|929 May 2015||Dr Nicholas Falk and Reg Harman||Developing historic cities: The case for an Oxford Metro|
|929 May 2015||Witold Urbanowicz||No place for trams in Hamburg|
|929 May 2015||Mike Russell||Systems Factfile 92 - Constantine, Algeria|
|929 May 2015||Alan Pearce and Mike Russell||Classic Trams: What about the trolley-poles? Pt 2|
|929 May 2015||Insert||Keolis|
|928 April 2015||Paul Nicholson||The tramline beyond price: Dubai|
|928 April 2015||Michael Taplin||Another year of growth for global tram orders|
|928 April 2015||Scott McIntosh||Creating good vibrations|
|928 April 2015||Dennis Schulz||China's new city tramways|
|928 April 2015||Dr Marc-Andre Klemenz||The roadmap to a timetable|
|928 April 2015||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 91 - Kassel, Germany|
|928 April 2015||Alan Pearce and Mike Russell||Classic Trams: What about the trolley-poles? Pt 1|
|927 March 2015||Mike Russell||SHENYANG: Riding the dolphin|
|927 March 2015||Vic Simons||Driving north American 'Urban style' LRT|
|927 March 2015||Vic Simons||Gomaco Trolley: Giving streetcars a second life|
|927 March 2015||Scott McIntosh||Is LRT really the noisy neighbour?|
|927 March 2015||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 90 - Daugavpils, Latvia|
|927 March 2015||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: Porto spectacular|
|927 March 2015||Insert||Melbourne: Modernising the world's largest tramway|
|926 February 2015||Michael Taplin||New tramways for 2015|
|926 February 2015||Micah Bergdale||Comment: Engaging the customer is the challenge...|
|926 February 2015||Will Marshall||Record-breaking advances in traction power|
|926 February 2015||Vic Simons||LRT's big bang in the US oil capital|
|926 February 2015||Paul Rowen||Regional devolution: A new future for UK light rail?|
|926 February 2015||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 89 - Rhein-Neckar Light Rail, Germany|
|926 February 2015||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: Amsterdam's museum line|
|925 January 2015||Vic Simons||Calgary: Success breeds ambition|
|925 January 2015||Scott McIntosh||Tram Design: Issues And Constraints|
|925 January 2015||Régine Charvet Pello||Multi-Sensory Transport|
|925 January 2015||Mark Terry & Clive Pennington||Technology, Reliability and Resilience|
|925 January 2015||Alexey Maslov||Inside the 'Bat-Tram' (Uraltransmash R1)|
|925 January 2015||Paul Priestman||The New Tube: 'Creating a Sense of Place Is Critical'|
|925 January 2015||Julia Wahnsiedler||Is Hydrogen the Holy Grail for Off Wire Operation?|
|925 January 2015||Neil Pulling||Systems Factfile 88 - Helsinki, Finland|
|925 January 2015||Mike Russell||Classic Trams: Gotha's Double Anniversary|
Earlier years articles lists:- 2014 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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