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The new UITP report on EU Structural Funds in Central and Eastern Europe focuses on region’s growing mobility dynamics.

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The western section of the Tel Aviv light rail’s Purple Line and southern and central sections of the Green Line lines were approved on 8 January...

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For the last six months, Slovakia held the presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU). During the time it was in this position, the...

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Israel Railways inaugurated on 16 October a new 60 km regional railway from the Mediterranean port city of Haifa to Beit She'an, on the border...

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Budapest suburban lines will be now operated by MÁV, a railway company owned by the Hungarian state, as they took over operation of the HÉV...

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A plethora of smart city initiatives is already underway across the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region.

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Cluj-Napoca will be the first city in Romania to have electric buses. A total of 30 such electric vehicles are to be purchased with Swiss funds...

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UITP is now accepting bids for hosting the 2021 Global Public Transport Summit. The deadline for applications is 3 March 2017.

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The City of Belgrade is launching a feasibility study for the construction of the city’s first metro line.

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The Prague Public Transit Company (DPP), the most important urban public transport operators in Czech Republic, launched a new mobile application...

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