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Warsaw : New metro stations on the second line and new metro trains from SKODA

Updated : November 3, 2022

Warsaw Metro is developing. The last eastern section of the second Metro line (M2) was completed on 28 September 2022. Targówek district residents gained three stations - Bródno, Kondratowicza and Zacisze. The second...

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EMTA welcomes a new member: Athens Urban Transport Organization S.A. (OASA SA)

Updated : November 2, 2022

On 21 Oct 2022 at the Vienna General Meeting, OASA formally joined EMTA as a new member. AOSA is the public transport authority responsible for planning, coordinating, and financing the largest public transport system...

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From June 2022 regional routes are integrated throughout the whole of the central Bohemian region

Updated : July 29, 2022

From 12 June 2022 the common integrated transport system of Prague and the Central Bohemian Region will cover the whole of the Central Bohemian Region. With the integration of the last two regions, all suburban...

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Catch up with the EIT MobilityTalks on Multimodal Digital Mobility Services

Updated : July 7, 2022

EMTA Secretary general Alexandre Santacreu commented on MaaS in the latest EIT MobilityTalk on 7 July 2022. The event was focussed on the building blocks for the development and deployment of multimodal digital...

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A new deal for SYTRAL in Lyon

Updated : July 4, 2022

In Lyon, the public transport authority SYTRAL is leading remarquable changes: a wider area of competence, now covering 3200 km² an expected new fare system to cover this wider territory, a more stable governance, at...

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SYTRAL introduces contactless bank card payments in Lyon

Updated : July 4, 2022

The new service introduced on 30 May 2022 allows the use of contactless bank card or any connected object as a ticket for travel on the entire TCL network (bus, metro, tram, funicular, P+R). Present your contactless...

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RMV introduces a 25% discount on fares with a loyalty card

Updated : June 10, 2022

In and around Frankfurt, passengers will be able to save 25% with a new discount from January 2023. The Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund (RMV) Supervisory Board approved the plans at its meeting on 8 June. The discount can...

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Public transport needs a financial safety net in the Netherlands

Updated : June 10, 2022

At present in the Netherlands, some 20% fewer people are travelling by public transport than in 2019. Transport operators and authorities, including the Rotterdam Den Haag Metropolitan Region (MRDH), are far from...

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Open letter: Protect the legal framework for public transport services or undermine the Green Deal

Updated : May 17, 2022

The PSO regulation (EC 1370/2007) is the legal framework for the public transport sector in Europe. In draft interpretative guidelines circulated in December 2021, the European Commission suggests the adoption of a...

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Catch up with the EMTA - POLIS - UITP press conference “Why the European Commission’s proposed deregulation of Public Transport is flawed?”

Updated : May 16, 2022

With draft interpretative guidelines for the PSO regulation (No 1370/2007), the European Commission considers “open access” as the default solution for urban public transport. Yet other cities in the world have...

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