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Tramways and Urban Transit


Rerailing US transit
Morgan Lyons offers a few thoughts on the challenges ahead for a new US administration.

New tram ways for 2021
Mike Taplin describes how, despite the ongoing influence of the pandemic, up to 12 new LRT systems could open this year.

A fuel cell future for LRT?
As hydrogen increases in popularity as an alternative fuel, Alex Luvishis looks at how this might be used for future tramways.

Systems factfile: Frankfurt (Oder)
Tony Streeter explores the German border town that is looking forward to fleet renewal on its metre-gauge tramway.

Worldwide Review
Bombardier wins SkyTrain replacement deal; Strasbourg approves five tram extensions; Metro works begin in Agra; Funding for two new lines in Palermo; PK-TS metre-gauge prototype arrives in Kaliningrad; Portland advances expansion plans despite ‘no’ vote.

Classic Trams: Buenos Aires
Ernesto Falzone harks back to the early years of Buenos Aires’ heritage tramway.

Tramways & Urban Transit is the world’s leading monthly publication dedicated entirely to the development and promotion of more efficient urban transport solutions.

Established over 80 years ago, the magazine is published on behalf of the Light Rail Transit Association and is circulated to the organisation’s global membership base and at news outlets around the world.

Read by senior transport professionals and campaigners alike, Tramways & Urban Transit is well-known and respected as a publication that not only reports the news, but also helps to shape the debate for improved public transport.

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