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Tramways & Urban Transit:
The international light rail magazine

Now in its 82nd 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.

As such, TAUT provides an ideal business platform to reach key buyers worldwide.

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INSIDE YOUR JULY ISSUE:

The French tram phenomenon
Michael Taplin begins a detailed two-part exploration of the incredible growth and expansion of modern light rail in France. In this edition, he describes the background in the 1970s and ’80s.

A new path for transit?
Morgan Lyons considers some of the potential longer-term challenges for public transport from
the global pandemic.

Why rails don’t last forever…
Daniel Pyke describes some of the ways that rails degrade, offering a few pointers on how to extend the life of this key asset.

Systems Factfile: Rotterdam
Neil Pulling explores the changing role of trams in the Netherlands’ second city.

Classic Trams: Leipzig
Mike Russell continues his detailed survey of the collection in the Leipzig museum.

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