Publications

Publications

UITP’s wide range of publications brings together the latest public transport knowledge and know-how and includes insightful reports, benchmarking studies, statistics, best practices, guidelines and recommendations.These publications cover the whole spectrum of mobility-related issues, such as technology, market organisation, sustainable development, security, standardisation, vehicles, equipment, and policy issues.

Download our Publications Catalogue here, for an overview of some of our available selling publications!

Members can search for and download a host of free publications in UITP’s extensive electronic library, MyLibrary. You can also contact our in-house Data & Statistics Team directly to ask for specific data on any public transport-related topic at data@uitp.org.

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May 2020
Since March 25, the Government of India has imposed a lockdown to contain the spread of Covid-19. Public transport services have been limited to essential services only.
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April 2020
So far, the COVID-19 pandemic has placed over four billion people in lockdown. With mobility limited, it has drastically impacted public transport networks across the world.
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April 2020
The urban landscape has evolved throughout history in response to social, economic and environmental changes.
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March 2020

Our society is constantly evolving in line with globalisation and urbanisation. With this comes changing customer needs.

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March 2020

UITP's Factsheet on the coronavirus outbreak offers guidelines for public transport operators

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February 2020

Digitalisation is influencing the way in which public transport operators maintain their assets.

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February 2020

It is undeniable that artificial intelligence (AI) is growing its importance in every sector, including public transport.

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February 2020

UITP and ICLEI (Local Governments for Sustainability) teamed up to produce a report about road safety, and how public transport can contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals.

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January 2020

Tram and light rail systems are available in 392 cities around the world, with more than half of them in Europe.

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November 2019

As of 31 December 2018, tram and light rail systems (both described as LRT in this article) are available in 389 cities across the world.

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