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  • Fare integration and the unique ticketing system in Mediterranean cities

    The fare integration and the single ticketing system as a fundamental pillar for the development of an integrated public transport system To improve their transportation systems, large Mediterranean cities want to regulate, develop,...

  • A walk through Kochi (Kerala, India)

    A walk through Kochi (Kerala, India) Authors: Roman Ville-Glasauer & Bella Ullas In this experimental walk, we are trying to demonstrate what are the main constraints that pedestrians face in Kochi (Kerala, India) and what kind of...

  • Selling Metro station naming rights: examples and debates

    From sports venues to public transport infrastructures and rolling stock... In general, operational costs for high-capacity public transport systems are seldom covered by fare box revenues. Subsidy amounts awarded to public and private...

  • Car Free Days : Coming Soon in Your City !

    September 22 is the World Car Free Day, a day that encourages drivers to abandon their car for a day and consider other travel modes in urban areas such as public transport, bicycle, walk, etc. Even though September 22 was celebrated in...

  • Urban Transport Planning in South Africa

    National context for urban transport planning Transport in South Africa is organized around three different scales: the national, provincial and metropolitan/city scale. The national scale is the first stakeholder involved in this...