The INFRASTRUCTURE manager appears once a year and informs about the latest developments and current projects in public transport.
You will also find on our blog selected articles from the current issue as well as other interesting articles about energy supply and public transport.
The Netherlands, public transport passengers stand more in the focus of operators than elsewhere. This is also the case in Amsterdam, where GVB bears the responsibility. Being on time and providing information are the two most important words here. A central element in achieving these goals is the automatic vehicle management system (AVMS). This recently experienced a comprehensive upgrade and was then successfully migrated to the transport company’s new cloud infrastructure.
As the operator of a municipal bus service, Hagener Straßenbahn AG is faced with the challenge of managing a cost-effective operation that above all guarantees a high level of passenger satisfaction. The IT solutions based on the PSItraffic platform are making an important contribution to this. Read more
Experts say there are about 22,000 diesel buses still currently on the road in German cities. And this number is decreasing every day. That is because an ever-increasing number of cities and municipalities are investing in buses with alternative, emission-free drive systems and are striving for completely “green fleets.” . Read more
The major trend of digitalisation is rapidly causing lasting change to our world. Even in local public transport companies, software systems are increasingly helping to improve processes and efficiency in a growing number of areas. Read more
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