Feature articles in the June 2015 issue of Metro Report International

26 May 2015

Articles in the June 2015 issue of Metro Report International.

Comment

ATM CEO & Chairman Bruno Rota gears up to host the UITP World Congress and Expo Milano 2015

News Review

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

City digest

Doha projects move ahead, Jakarta plans light rail, Sydney financial close, Brussels approves third metro line, Dallas Streetcar opens, Chinese metro progress

Interview: Yrjö Judström

Helsinki City Transport's Administrative Director is not letting setbacks get in the way of transport projects

Bangkok

An eclectic mix of urban rail is being developed to serve the Thai capital

Berlin

The first Stadler metro trainsets are on test

Florida

The Tri-Rail commuter network is on course for expansion

Helsinki

A rail link to the airport is opening imminently

London

As the population grows, TfL is looking for ways to squeeze more capacity out of existing networks

Diversification

The unique nature of the Japanese railway market has led operators to branch out

Future challenges

UITP Rail Director Laurent Dauby sets out the issues that urban rail must address

Longest metros

David Binder looks at the world's 25 largest metro networks

Trams

Dr Harry Hondius examines the latest models from Alstom's Citadis family

Energy efficiency

The EU-funded Osiris research project looks at energy consumption at the system level

Innovations

The latest technologies and products for the urban rail industry, with a focus in this issue on ticketing

Preview

The 61st UITP World Congress & Exhibition takes place in Milano on June 8-10

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