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.
UITP publications cover the whole spectrum of mobility-related issues, such as technology, market organisation, sustainable development, security, standardisation, vehicles, equipment, and policy issues.
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Published every two years, Public Transport Trends is a publication detailing the most significant developments already having an effect on the mobility market in general and on public transport in particular.
It is the only report that gathers major socio-economic, technological and political developments around the world, and analyses their impact on today’s mobility sector.
Featuring best practices, key statistics and exclusive interviews, the 2017 edition of Public Transport Trends explores several significant developments driving change across the sector and across the globe:
- Integrated mobility services
- (Re)organisation of the public transport market
- Fossil fuels and beyond: the opportunity of developing alternatives in an uncertain oil market
- The motorcycle boom and its impact on urban mobility
UITP regularly develops publicly accessible policy briefs that articulate UITPs position and guidance on key issues. Recent Policy Briefs include:
- Autonomous Vehicles: A Potential Game Changer for Urban Mobility (January 2017)
- Public Transport at the Heart of the Integrated Urban Mobility Solution (April 2016)
- Unlocking the Health Benefits Of Mobility (February 2016)
- Better Public Transport Fare Policy for More Resilient Funding (January 2014)
Access all Policy Briefs here.
Focus and Position Papers
UITP also produces Focus Papers and Position Papers, which address specific issues affecting the sector and provide guidelines and recommendations for policy-makers, transport authorities and operators.
Access the Position Papers here.
Access the Focus Papers here.
Mobility as a Service: The Next Transport Disruption
L.E.K. Consultants, in partnership with the UITPANZ and the Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF) produced a report underlining the drivers for MaaS, the imperative for Governments and private mobility suppliers to consider their position, the potential role of various parties in the MaaS ecosystem and how to unlock the value of the MaaS.
Download a copy of the report here.
Learn more about the Taskforce and download a copy of the report: http://bic.asn.au/solutions-for-moving-people/moving-australia-2030.