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SYSTRA is delighted to be headline sponsor of the Act TravelWise Annual Conference “Forward Thinking, Future Planning” in Birmingham on 25 January 2018. We look forward to welcoming friends, colleagues and clients to what promises to be an exciting conference. The conference provides all of us in the industry with a great platform to discuss how we adopt innovative and deliverable plans to meet the accessibility needs of the future.

The article below was first published in the 22 November edition of Rail Magazine www.railmagazine.com

With big ambitions in the UK, SYSTRA is a global leader with a difference when it comes to rail, says Deputy CTO and Technical Production Director HENRI VERGNAUX

The article below was first published in Local Transport Today

Looking at this year’s Smarter Travel Live conference programme I suspect there will be much talk about the future of transport, intelligent mobility and smart cities.

The article below was first published in the September edition of Local Transport Today

SYSTRA’s Martin Higgitt tells Deniz Huseyin what steps should be taken to ensure emerging transport technologies put the customer first

They are the ordinary places thousands of us use every day. Most of us don’t give them a second thought. But without them we couldn’t get to work, visit family and friends, or be the first to get to the sales!

Walking is the universal transport mode. It is a mode of travel in its own right and a recreational activity; often both at the same time. Walking is also an essential component of many public transport and even car journeys, so even if the journeys we make are not purely ‘walking journeys’ walking is very much part of our everyday lives.

Whilst the private sector is often the driving force behind public transport and public realm investments such as Crossrail, the Northern Line extension and Granary Square, cycle infrastructure is still treated with scepticism by developers, who try to avoid building it, as they do not see any added value. Public support for cycling has also been mixed, with vociferous supporters and opponents.

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