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

Published monthly by Transit Australia Digital.

Transit Australia Journal

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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April 2015 Issue:

Current Transit Australia CoverFeatures
Newcastle - What's been happening?
Train loadings in Sydney - the future
Queensland election 31 January
Big news for Auckland and other NZ events
Sydney - NWRL Diagrams
Ghost train to Virginia
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Front Cover
Stephen Miller photographed this fine example of easy interchange in the form of this Gold Coast tram and Surfside bus at the Broadbeach South terminal of the GCLR on 6 October 2014. The tram number is not visible, but the bus may be Surfside's 722 and, if correct, that would make it 150 JGI, a Mercedes Benz 0500LE with Bustech VST body.

 

 




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