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The journal follows developments in the urban passenger transport industry across Australia and New Zealand.

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The journal is unique in that it considers all modes: Both heavy and light rail, ferry and bus, as well as occasional feature articles focussing on information, fares and ticketing, new technologies, accessibility and some of the political and environmental aspects of urban passenger transport; all considered within the context of the relationship between land use planning and transport.

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June 2015 Issue:

Current Transit Australia CoverFeatures
How to build light rail
More roads less congestion?
NSW election 28 March
Christchurch and too many cooks
Getting the O-Bahn into Adelaide
Perth: Butler Station
Tyranny of Track Closures
Plus Regulars

Front Cover
Ian Hammond photographed Sydney Urbos 3 tram 2115 as it approached Taverners Hill en route to Dulwich Hill on 13 April. This is another photograph that shows how little resemblance the Inner West Light Rail has to normally accepted light rail as it nearly everywhere looks more like its heavy freight rail predecessor.

 

 




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