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Comment & Analysis
On track to an integrated future
By Chris Jackson
The Autumn 2022 issue of Metro Report International magazine is now available to read under the Digital Magazines tab.
Metros can capitalise on telecoms innovation
By Metro Report International
The emergence of 5G networks and Fibre to the Edge technology means urban rail operators can now address some of the long-standing challenges of getting telecoms connectivity across the whole of their networks, benefitting passengers and operating staff alike, argues Dr Yong Hoon Kang, Chief Technology Officer at Solid Inc.
Cities will drive the decarbonisation of transport
By Metro Report International, Andrew Barr Chief Executive Officer Hitachi Rail Group
Providing more and better transport from the passenger’s perspective through initiatives such as Mobility as a Service will help to decarbonise the urban environment as well as reducing congestion, believes Hitachi Rail CEO Andrew Barr.
Building back better
By Chris Jackson
Public transport operators around the world face a massive challenge in the years ahead, as countries and cities seek to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic that has swept around the globe during 2020.
The role of ticketing technology in enabling MaaS
By Metro Report International, James Gooch
As more transport operators look to adopt Mobility as a Service business models, traditional fare collection technology could be holding them back.
Digitalisation strategies drive Smart Transit
By Metro Report International, Dave Lustig
The SmartTransit conference, organised by SmartRail World, is taking place on October 28-30 in Los Angeles.
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