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Tramways & Urban Transit:
The international light rail magazine

Now entering 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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Keeping pace in Dublin

With the first anniversary of the ‘Cross City’ Green line extension approaching, we explore how this transformational line is performing as well as looking forward to MetroLink.

Sensory design

Using case studies from around the world, TAUT explores how designers and operators are catering for all five senses in creating better and more accessible transport networks.

 UK tram-train

Neil Pulling reviews the mixed fortunes of the first day of passenger service for the UK’s pioneering tram-train scheme.

Systems Factfile: Alicante

Despite major delays, the TRAM light rail and metre-gauge service has become an important resource in the development of Spain’s Costa Blanca. Neil Pulling pays a visit.

Worldwide News & Review

Openings in Milwaukee and Adelaide; Paris to retire TFS cars with massive 115-tram order; USD2.7bn ‘More MARTA’ transit masterplan approved; Canberra opening delayed until 2019; Sofia secures EU funding for tram modernisation; Changchun adds its third light rail line; Bern seeks up to 50 new low-floor LRVs; Phuket confirms 2023 LRT opening.

The Manx Electric at 125!

Mike Russell reviews the preparations for a very special anniversary on the Isle of Man.


All the winners and other highlights from the industry’s ‘Oscars’


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