Publications

Publications

UITP’s wide range of publications brings together the latest public transport knowledge and know-how and includes insightful reports, benchmarking studies, statistics, best practices, guidelines and recommendations.These publications cover the whole spectrum of mobility-related issues, such as technology, market organisation, sustainable development, security, standardisation, vehicles, equipment, and policy issues.

Members can search for and download a host of free publications in UITP’s extensive electronic library, MyLibrary. You can also contact our in-house Data & Statistics Team directly to ask for specific data on any public transport-related topic at data@uitp.org.

October 2012

The second edition of the Observatory of Employment in Public Transport presents the main challenges in hiring and retaining staff in Europe.

February 2012
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

This MoU has been signed in February 2012 by representatives of the organisations for technical specifications of VDV KA (Germany), ITSO (UK), AFIMB (France) and Calypso Network Association [...]

November 2011

To tackle the societal problems of global warming and security of energy supply, the EC have put forward the concept of ‘decarbonisation’, together with increased resource-efficiency.

October 2011

Buses with High Level of Service – BHLS – are a way of improving the efficiency of the bus system through improved reliability, as well as customer support and marketing.

April 2011

As essential hubs, cities bring together people’s homes and economic, social and cultural activities.

April 2011
Observatory of employment in public transport - 1

The first edition of the Observatory of Employment in Public Transport provided, for the first time, a worldwide estimate of the number of jobs created by urban public transport.

November 2010

Security and Safety

January 2010
Activity Report 2009

UITP European Department's Activity Report for the year 2009.

December 2009

This study looks at passenger transport services provided both at urban and suburban level in Russia and Ukraine by public transport companies.

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