Articles in the March 2014 issue of Metro Report International.


Ramon Malla considers the progress of automation and shares some insights from the UITP’s Observatory of Automated Metros

News Review

Round-up of world metro, light rail and tram news


Mainland China gains its 18th metro


STIF’s 2014 budget includes funding for many metro and light rail projects in the French capital


Sound Transit continues with light rail expansion and commuter rail improvements

Interview: Shahril Mokhtar

The Group Managing Director of Prasarana discusses the expansion of Kuala Lumpur’s network

New York

The western extension of subway Line 7 nears completion


Andrew Benton reports on a busy December for Chinese metros


The first metro line in the Rajasthan capital is expected to open in June


Julian Wolinsky reports on developments in Baltimore and the northern suburbs of Washington DC


Valley Metro CEO Stephen R Banta sets out his vision

Rapid Response

Jeremy Long of MTR Corp explains the role of dedicated teams that respond to incidents on the Hong Kong and Stockholm metros

Maximising performance with full automation

Prof Vukan Vuchic reflects on 40 years of automatic metro technology and the advantages it offers

Northern Line

London Underground’s busiest line is undergoing a signalling upgrade that will include ATO

Metro car orders

Murray Hughes analyses the global market for metro cars in 2013


The latest products and services for the urban rail industry

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