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EMTA Barometer of public transport in the European metropolitan areas

Updated : April 19, 2018

Barometer 2016 - published April 2018 A fouty two pages version is available in pdf format. and also the summary of our barometer. By order of EMTA this Barometer leaflet is produced by the Consorcio Regional de...

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(Who’s who in) EMTA since 1998

Updated : April 4, 2018

EMTA Presidents April 1998 to April 2001 : Georges Dobias, STP Paris April 2001 to November 2003 : José Iturbe Lopez, CRTM Madrid November 2003 to October 2007 : Björn Dalborg, SL Stockholm October 2007 to November...

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Financing/Pricing data

Updated : February 26, 2018

Funding of public transport Fares Information on fare levels and moving around London can be found on this webpage. Our purpose Keep London working and growing and make life in London better Meet the rising...

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Public transport networks

Updated : February 26, 2018

What we do We are London’s integrated transport authority. We implement the Mayor’s Transport Strategy to keep London moving, working and growing and make life in London better. We are funded by fare and tax payers...

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Responsible authority

Updated : February 26, 2018

Transport for London Palestra 11G6, 197 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NJ United Kingdom Phone +44 (0) 20 3054 7219 Auto 87219 United Kingdom weblink to contact TfL contact : Steve Newsome (Head of...

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Members of EMTA

Updated : February 8, 2018

City Authority Full member AMSTERDAM Vervoerregio Amsterdam BARCELONA Autoritat del Transport Metropolità (ATM) BERLIN Verkehrsverbund Berlin Brandenburg (VBB) BILBAO Consorcio de Transportes de Bizkaia...

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Ambitions to achieve Zero Emission Mobility in Amsterdam region

Updated : January 24, 2018

Things are going well with the introduction of Zero Emission buses in the Amsterdam region. From April 2018 100 zero emission buses will be deployed in the area around Schiphol Airport. In summer, the Waterland region...

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Corporate Plan of the Transport Authority Amsterdam

Updated : January 24, 2018

Renewal of regional traffic and transport strategies The Amsterdam (Metropolitan) region is growing: the population increases, employment rises, and the number of visits increases as well and it is expected that...

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Restrictions on circulation and promotion of public transport and sustainable mobility to combat environmental pollution in Barcelona

Updated : January 24, 2018

From December 1st 2017, by virtue of an institutional agreement, the Department of Territory and Sustainability (DTES) of the Generalitat de Catalunya can declare episode situations of environmental air pollution in...

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Metro extended from Helsinki to South Espoo

Updated : January 24, 2018

Metro extended from Helsinki to South Espoo Metro services in the Helsinki region took a giant leap forward on 18 November 2017, when the Metro extension from Ruoholahti in Helsinki to Matinkylä in Espoo was opened...

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Analysis shows how TfL’s free open data boosts London’s economy

Updated : January 24, 2018

Research by Deloitte shows the release of free, accurate and real-time open data by Transport for London (TfL) is generating annual economic benefits and savings of up to £130m (€150m) a year. The report found that...

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Greater Manchester celebrate success of new cycleway

Updated : January 24, 2018

In November, Greater Manchester celebrated more than one million cycle journeys on a key new cycleway. The Oxford Road and Wilmslow Road Cycleway is a 7km route designed to make cycling safer and easier for people...

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European public transport in 2018: chasing value

Updated : January 24, 2018

Even in today’s sharing economy, the case for mass public transport remains uncontested. Public transport delivers many benefits to commuters, travellers and cities worldwide. It creates personal freedom through...

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Stockholm PTA spurs data driven track maintenance

Updated : January 24, 2018

Is it possible to increase vehicle availability, reduce noise and reduce maintenance cost by combined actions? By purchasing the service of providing high quality real time track data the Public transport...

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Stockholm county to decide for a new mass transit ticketing system

Updated : January 24, 2018

Now is the time for Stockholm County Public Transport to see what the next generation ticket- and payment system will be. In Stockholm, a system based on so called smart cards is used essentially, supplemented with a...

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