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Elevated metro in Sydney

Australia is a highly urbanised country with nearly 90% of the population currently living in urban areas.

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photo of waterborne transport

The Waterborne Transport Platform has just issued a report on accessibility of passenger waterborne transport.

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photo of metro © Transport for London

Today, October 20, UITP launched a new database providing the latest figures on the use and infrastructure of metro networks worldwide.  With...

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Astana is making use of existing and new technologies in order to advance in a direction that will benefit both the user and the provider.

The vast territory of Kazakhstan spans across 2.7 million km. With a low population density, widely-spread centres of industry and agriculture,...

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photo of the Flinders Street Station Clocks, Melbourne. © Flickr /Alex Prolmos

Melbourne houses the world’s largest tram network, over 300 bus routes and 16 metro lines. In 2002, the state government set itself the objective...

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Vehicle ownership in Delhi has increased by 142% in the last 10 years, with a 202% increase in cars and a 136% increase in two-wheelers, causing major congestion and parking problems in the city.

 

Events

29/10/2014 > 01/11/2014
Exhibition
Moscow, Russian Federation
30/10/2014 > 17/06/2014
Seminar
Auckland, New Zealand

Rio de Janeiro hosts international urban mobility events in November 2014