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SANJEEV RATHI, DOMINIC TAYLOR and JULIE CARRIER of SYSTRA describe how the technology of today has reached a critical mass, enabling the creation of the railway of tomorrow. Article published in Intelligent Rail - issue 872

I attended the ACT Travelwise Conference in Birmingham on Wednesday, which was sponsored by SYSTRA, and as someone who started their career working on cycling promotion, but who has spent the last decade involved mainly in rail, it was interesting to see how much the sector has changed over that time, but also frustrating to see that in some respects we’re still facing the same old challenges.

Embracing change - in our 50th year we consider what possibilities the future holds for transport planning.

This article was first published in Transport Times, 24 December 2018

In July, the Department for Transport (DfT) called a pause to all development schemes featuring streets with level surfaces, issuing the following statement:

As SYSTRA celebrates 50 years of operating in the UK, we look to what the next 50 years might hold, and how to communicate the value of transport investment.

This article was first published as a Viewpoint piece in Local Transport Today, 23 November 2018

SYSTRA continues to be deeply involved with the Paris Metro project - in more ways than one, says VINCENT DUGUAY, SYSTRA’s Urban Director

It’s not often that you receive a short-notice summons to the palace of Westminster, but it happened to me just a few weeks ago.

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