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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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and its predecessors Tram Tracks and Electric Traction

Volume 1
Tram Tracks – 1946 - 1949
Electric Traction – 1949 - 1970

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Volume 2
Electric Traction – 1971 - 1986
Transit Australia – 1987 - 1995
We have become aware that the quality of the scanning of some earlier issues is not to a high enough standard. The DVD will not be available until this is corrected.
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September 2015 Issue:

Current Transit Australia CoverFeatures
Final SA Transport Plan
RRL – New Geelong Services
Perth's Route 950
Auckland City Rail Link
Brisbane's Warrigal road 'Green Link'
The North Bundaberg bus
NSW passenger facilities
Plus Regulars

Front Cover
A period of 40 years separate the trains in this Garry Ford photograph, showing the progress Queensland Rail made in the last half of the Twentieth Century; steam to 25 kV ac electric traction on local and long distance trains.



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