Seven major public transport companies have signed up to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s personal challenge to UITP members
June is upon us, the sun is out and here at UITP we have one thing on our minds: big events!
With a length of 11.2 km, the T7 is Paris’ latest tramline.
From 22 to 25 May, European citizens headed to the polls in order to elect a new European Parliament, which – over the course o
Cities all over the world are returning to the water.
In the last hundred years or so, we have made huge advances in transportation technologies.
At the third edition of ExpoCityTrans, leading transport companies from Europe and Asia will gather to discover the latest sector trends in Russia and beyond.
UITP is currently taking part in the annual summit of the International Transport Forum, which is being held in Leipzig, German
Ahead of the EU elections, UITP Europe has asked each of the main political groups to talk about their vision for public transport.
The European Court of Auditors says two thirds of EU-funded urban transport projects are underutilised.
Ban Ki-Moon has challenged UITP members to show their climate leadership at September’s UN Climate Summit.
Trolleybus systems are now an attractive starting point for sustainable transport passenger solutions.
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