Modelling tool can predict demand for tram stops and lines
An innovative tool for forecasting demand for public transport stops and stations has been in the spotlight at the latest meeting of experts dedicated to expanding and enhancing light rail in the UK.
UKTram and LRSSB on track for prestigious awards
UKTram and the organisation responsible for light rail safety are in the running for multiple awards at a high-profile event celebrating excellence across the sector.
Light rail news roundup 10th September 2021
In this week’s light rail news – Rugby kicks off in new ground next to Edinburgh tram stop, weekly contactless capping launches in Manchester, four additional trains for Metro fleet and appeal for funds to help repair Blackpool tram sheds. With stunning views across St Andrew Square and out to Firth of Forth, the […]
Prestigious venue for summit reception
A landmark event for the light rail sector is set to close with an informal reception in one of Edinburgh’s most iconic locations. With stunning views across St Andrew Square and out to Firth of Forth, the fourth floor Brasserie in the city’s famous Harvey Nichols department store will see delegates gather to unwind following […]
Light rail news roundup 3rd September 2021
In light rail news this week – Edinburgh Trams issues travel advice as Covid cases rise in Scotland, frequencies increase in Greater Manchester, Michael Portillo takes a trip on the Metro, Stourbridge Shuttle is tops for punctuality and Polar Express returns to Seaton. The CEO of Keolis UK, Alistair Gordon, and Jonathan Bray, Director of […]