• UITP Europe
    strongly advocates public transport in the European Union
  • UITP Europe
    strongly advocates public transport in the European Union
  • UITP Europe
    strongly advocates public transport in the European Union

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ADVOCATING PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

UITP is the international association representing public transport stakeholders. In the European Union, UITP brings together more than 400 urban, suburban and regional public transport operators and authorities from all member states and is consequently recognised as a key interlocutor for the European institutions and other bodies.

UITP represents the perspectives of short distance passenger transport services by all sustainable modes: bus, regional and suburban rail, metro, light rail and tram and waterborne. These services are often organised in integrated public transport networks covering metropolitan areas and other specific territories.

News

This monthly newsletter covers public transport news and updated from a European perspective. You will find below the content of the 30th issue...

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ZeEUS eBus Report gives an extensive overview of the electric buses in operation in Europe today, along with the worldwide market trends.

Publication

A look back at the achievements of the Slovak Presidency (July-December 2016) regarding public transport.

EU Policy

The end of 2016 is near and all of us at UITP are wishing you a happy New Year and a wonderful 2017!

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Press releases

05/12/2016
To mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the International Association of Public Transport (UITP), IRU and the European Disability...
14/03/2016
The International Association of Public Transport (UITP) and the European Transport Workers' Federation (ETF) today signed a joint statement to...
18/11/2015
UITP (International Association of Public Transport), EMTA (European Metropolitan Transport Authorities) and EPTO (European Passenger Transport...
22/09/2015
The three-year NODES (New Tools for the Design and Operation of Urban Transport Interchanges) project came to a close today and the project findings...

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