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  1. News
    01 June 2011

    London Underground announces record ridership figures

    316 reads New passenger figures show that London Underground services carried record numbers during the 2010/11 financial year, exceeding 1.1 billion for the first time. During the year ending 31 March the...

  2. News
    01 September 2011

    Deutsche Bahn applies to run Chunnel services to Holland and Germany (Germany)

    570 reads Direct rail services from London to cities in Germany and Holland could be in operation by 2013 if a formal application by Deutsche Bahn (DB) to run trains through the Channel Tunnel is approved....

  3. News
    14 September 2011

    Arriva ‘m-tickets’ passes the million mark (UK)

    347 reads Arriva UK Bus has reported more than a million tickets have been brought via its mobile phone ticketing application. In the first 18 months of operation, 40,000 users have registered to use m...

  4. News
    21 September 2011

    FirstGroup announces groundbreaking bus ticket technology

    896 reads FirstGroup, the UK’s largest bus and rail operator revealed it is to invest £27m in revolutionary new ticketing technology for its 5,000 strong bus fleet in England, outside London. The company...

  5. News
    13 August 2012

    Smart ticketing to be introduced in West Yorkshire (UK)

    315 reads Metro, the West Yorkshire Integrated Transport Authority, has agreed a £7 million plan to implement a smartcard ticketing system for bus users in Bradford and neighbouring districts. Metro, the...

  6. News
    08 August 2012

    Mind the app! WiFi arrives at over 40 London Underground stations (UK)

    387 reads The new WiFi service on London's Underground is now available at more than 40 Tube stations, and is being used by over 100,000 Tube passengers. The service, which was launched four weeks ago...

  7. News
    08 August 2012

    St Brieuc’s TaxiTub network gets IT to 'square the DRT circle' (France)

    621 reads An innovative French scheme appears to have solved many of the financial and operational issues around the provision of Demand Responsive Transport. The scheme, based around St Brieuc (Brittany),...

  8. News
    13 August 2012

    UK Government to invest £bns into rail electrification and capacity boosts

    338 reads A massive programme of railway electrification in England and Wales, a major rail capacity enhancements in Greater Manchester, and new lines between Oxford and Bedford and to Heathrow Airport from...

  9. News
    03 January 2013

    UK’s first pay-by-the-minute car club launched (United Kingdom)

    306 reads The UK’s first pay-by-the-minute car club has been launched in three London boroughs – Islington, Sutton and Newham. The car2go scheme is delivered by Daimler and Europcar. After registering with...

  10. News
    04 January 2013

    Only a few commuters use London's cable car (United Kingdom)

    317 reads Only a handful of people appear to be using Transport for London’s (TfL’s) new cable car across the Thames for commuting to/from work. According to London political blog site The Scoop, just 16...