Articles in the September 2013 issue of Metro Report International.
Chua Chong Kheng of Land Transport Authority talks about lessons that Singapore can teach the world of public transport ahead of the LTA-UITP SITCE event
Round-up of world metro, light rail and tram news.
A proposal for trams on the site of the former airport at Kai Tak challenges monorail plans
The Constantine tramway becomes the third to open in Algeria, with many more to come
Tours celebrates the opening of tram Line A
Interview: Günter Steinbauer
Wiener Linien’s CEO talks about maintaining a high modal share of public transport and the energy-saving initiatives being put in place
A 103 km route would see tram-trains running through Denmark’s second-largest city
Metro planning and construction maintains its breakneck pace. Andrew Benton rounds up the latest developments in several cities
New metro cars are about to be delivered as part of improvements to the metro and commuter rail networks
Andrew Benton reports on the first modern tramway to open in mainland China
Nick Kingsley and Karol Zemek look at the latest tram developments in Birmingham, Manchester and Nottingham
Plans to tighten the Buy America legislation to require 100% local content are not putting manufacturers off participating in the thriving rolling stock market
Dr Harry Hondius presents his annual round-up of the low-floor tram and LRV market, and looks in detail at new trams for Stockholm and Helsinki
The latest products and services for the urban rail industry