Tramways and Urban Transit May 2021
INSIDE THE MAY ISSUE:
NETWORK EXPANSION IN WARSAW
Witold Urbanowicz begins a two-part study exploring how transport investment is helping to reshape the Polish capital.
ON TRACK TO QUATRE BORNES
Oliver Doyle reports on the latest phase of the Mauritius light rail project.
POWERING A TRAM-TRAIN FUTURE
Alex Luvishis looks at the current and future prospects for electro-diesel tram-trains – as well as some of the emerging alternatives.
SYSTEMS FACTFILE: CHEMNITZ
Tony Streeter provides an update on the model to fuse tram and rail operations in this forward-looking Saxon city.
CLASSIC TRAMS: A ‘RUSSIAN WITT’
Sergei Zhevak describes the challenges of ‘reimagining’ a classic tramcar tourist service in Sankt Peterburg.
President Biden unveils USD621bn transport investment;
Québec City tram plans revived;
Honolulu light metro ‘may open a decade late’;
CAM concept designs revealed;
New start for Auckland LRT plans;
Keolis joint venture wins Dubai operating contract.