Feature articles in the June 2014 issue of Metro Report International

24 May 2014

Articles in the June 2014 issue of Metro Report International.

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Phil Young explains Transport for London's open data approach to app development

News Review

Round-up of world metro, light rail and tram news

City digest

Turkish urban rail expansion, Chinese progress, Mexico City interurban line, Makkah shorlists bidders, Addis Abeba light rail, New Tube for London

Interview: Dávid Vitézy

The CEO of Budapest public transport authority BKK explains how an integrated body is helping the city's public transport network to grow and modernise

Auckland

The first EMUs have started running as electrification of the suburban network makes progress

Boston

One of the busiest commuter rail networks in the USA is about to get a new operator

Kolkata

Despite setbacks, the second metro line in one of India's largest cities is set to open in 2016

London

As work on Crossrail reaches its halfway mark, Dan Harvey provides an update on the tunnelling and fit-out works

Melbourne

As Yarra Trams takes delivery of 50 E-Class trams, the operator looks at how to share the benefits

Suzhou

Set to open next year, the city's first tram route will be equipped with locally made track components and vehicles

Federal Transit Administration

Julian Wolinsky examines the significance of federal funding to support urban rail projects in the USA

Linz smart tram

Telematics will help to reduce energy consumption and improve passenger comfort

Technology & Innovations

The latest technologies and products for the urban rail industry

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