16 February 2006

New urban transport news site with an Asia focus

I have posted before about news sources on urban transport issues in Asia.

There is a new site called Transport News to add to the list. Here is a recent sample of what you can find there:

Green logos tricky to spot [Shanghai, 2/16/2006]

Monorail project receives financial support from Bank Dubai [Jakarta, 2/15/2006]

Xiamen To Be World's Top Producer Of Mid-Large Passenger Buses [Xiamen, 2/13/2006]

Huge funds earmarked for transport construction in N. China province [Hebei, 2/13/2006]

ComfortDelGro reports 1.3% rise in full-year net profit [Singapore, 2/13/2006]

Mayor's stream project may face investigation [Seoul, 2/13/2006]

Group wedding ceremony in metro [Nanjing, 2/13/2006]

Guangdong Becomes No.1 Motorcycle Producer [China, 2/13/2006]

China's Bus Output Rises Slightly in 2005 [China, 2/13/2006]

Experts: China's urban poverty worsens [China, 2/12/2006]

LTA, Mitsubishi in road pricing services tie-up [Singapore, 2/10/2006]

Yutong Is China's Top Bus Exporter [China, 2/10/2006]

Beijing plans to build 3 more subway routes [Beijing, 2/10/2006]

Race on to get emission stickers as ban approaches [Shanghai, 2/9/2006]

Pudong trams may resume running [Shanghai, 2/9/2006]

More cameras for roads [Hong Kong, 2/9/2006]

China's Motorcycle Output, Sales Up [China, 2/9/2006]

Fewer plates sold [Shanghai, 2/8/2006]

Volvo India eyes Asia, Africa sales [India, 2/8/2006]

EIL launches seven electric bikes in Gujarat [Ahmedabad, 2/8/2006]

Public Refuses to Be Taken for a Ride [Penang, 2/8/2006]

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