INSIDE THE MARCH ISSUE:
SYNCING IN DARMSTADT
A series of investments have set this German town on track to achieve its mobility goals.
TRAMWAY OPENINGS 2024
Despite optimism not coming to fruition in 2023, there is still scope for a promising number of new LRT lines around the world to open in 2024. Mike Taplin provides his annual round-up of the year ahead.
FROM RHINE TO RUHR
Germany’s industrial heartland is connected by an integrated transport system; Andrew Thompson summarises its mixed fortunes to date and the plans for its future.
SYSTEMS FACTFILE: PARIS T4 & T9
The T4 and T9 lines in the Greater Paris area are both light rail replacements of other transport modes – and both have proved successful. Neil Pulling visits the vast network where these two lines now form an integral part.
CLASSIC TRAMS: SANTA TERESA, RIO DE JANEIRO
Only a handful of tramways remain of the plethora that used to span South America – yet the Santa Teresa line in Rio is one such survivor. Mike Russell reviews its current operation.
China continues metro boom with 14 new systems in a month;
Saudi Arabia opens first tramway;
Rome signs new CAF deal.
See latest news from LRTA
LRTA Members Only – Read T&UT Online – Sign in required