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Now in its 84th year, Tramways & Urban Transit is unique as a publication founded on the needs of scheme promoters, transport operators, planners, consultants, manufacturers and campaigners for better public transport in our congested towns and cities.

Published monthly on behalf of the LRTA, TAUT is essential reading for over 9000 decision-makers. It delivers news and analysis, system fact files, industry comment, the latest orders and innovation as well as system and rolling stock development.

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INSIDE ISSUE #1015 – August

Very Light Rail Conference
Support builds for the UK’s ‘game-changing’ lightweight urban and regional rail projects.

Coventry VLR on track for 2024
With a prototype vehicle and trackform ready for testing and a funded demonstrator line, is this the future of street-running LRT?

Germany’s great experiment
Tony Streeter examines the early success of Germany’s ‘9-Euro-Ticket’ travel initiative.

Grand ambitions in Szczecin
Andrew Thompson visits northern Poland to explore the ongoing tram upgrade works.

Systems Factfile: Brussels
Neil Pulling visits the Belgian capital as it re-equips its tramway, plans more coverage for its outer districts and expands its metro.

Classic Trams: Ulm celebrations
Mike Russell reports on the events held to mark 125 years of this small German system.

and more…

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