Subway in Munich, Germany. The country has an efficient public transport system where different modes of transport work cohesively. {Image Source: The Anxious Traveller}
The German public transportation system is efficient, reliable, fast, and comfortable. What's Germany's secret recipe?
The rising public transport demand can cost time, sanity and safety to left-behind passengers.
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The Sydney North West Metro. The city is one of Australian hubs with a metro system.
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Germany's Christmas is set to be different in 2020 as the nation faces an extended lockdown.
Heavy traffic in Brazil. Rapid urbanization in the country has led to a squeeze in the country's public transport facilities in cities. {Image Source: World Nomads}
Brazil, just like any other country in South America, has witnessed rapid urbanization. This has an implication on transport, particularly public transport.
The gap between planned arrivals and actual arrivals seems to be a common issue in transport schedules. Log analysis might help us see that.
Why do multimodal public transport associations need to distribute ticket revenue to the multiple operators in charge of the multiple modes of transport?
How long or often does each passenger ride a line or one section of a line? Where does a passenger get in and out?
The Dubai Metro it is technologically advanced.
Like in all other sectors, the country’s leadership has the insatiable desire to be the best in the world, including for the public transport sector.