The Polish city of Poznań is to separate tram infrastructure and operations from December, with infrastructure and rolling stock transferred from MPK Poznan to ZTM Poznan, which already manages tram stops and tracks modernised or built after 2008. The track will be leased to back to MPK Poznan for 15 years. MPK Poznan will remain as owner of the tram depots.
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority intends to develop five properties as part of a transit-oriented development programme.
EIB has signed a €152m loan for an extension to the Dnipropetrovs’k metro to be completed by 2018.
Brazil’s Goiás state has called tenders for a 35-year build-operate-maintain PPP concession to develop the Goiânia - Anhanguera light rail line, with a total budget of Rs1·3bn. The 14 km line would have 12 stops and 30 two-section vehicles.
Sofia metro has introduced wi-fi across its network.