• Sheffield Community Transport

    Sheffield Community Transport

    Sheffield Community Transport (SCT) is a non-governmental organisation with charitable status which provides transport services in Sheffield. Funding from SPT comes from South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE), Sheffield City Council, South Yorkshire Objective 1 programme, Yorkshire Forward, Coalfields Regeneration Trust and others.

  • Transport in Kochi

    Kochi ( pronunciation ; Malayalam: കൊച്ചി Kochi, formerly known as Cochin) is a major port city in the Indian state of Kerala. The city is widely known as the commercial or economic capital of the state of Kerala and thus good transport infrastructure is critical for the city's economy. The road infrastructure in Kochi has not been able to meet the growing traffic demand and hence traffic congestion is a major problem in the city. A comprehensive transport development plan has been included in the Kochi Masterplan hoping to improve the transport infrastructure. Kochi Metro, the rapid transit system for the city was inaugurated on 17 June 2017. A Suburban Railway system, intended to considerably ease congestion, is also to be built in the near future.

  • Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation (Sri Lanka)

    Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation (Sri Lanka)

    The Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation is the central government ministry of Sri Lanka responsible for transport. The ministry is responsible for formulating and implementing national policy on transport and other subjects which come under its purview. The ministry manages the country's railways, public bus transport system and civil aviation. The ministry is not responsible for roads, ports and shipping - these come under the purview of the Ministry of Higher Education and Highways and Ministry of Ports and Shipping respectively. The current Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation and Deputy Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation are Nimal Siripala de Silva and Ashoka Abeysinghe respectively. The ministry's secretary is Nihal Somaweera.

  • Rail transport in Vatican City

    Rail transport in Vatican City

    The Vatican Railway (Italian: Ferrovia Vaticana) was opened in 1934 to serve Vatican City and its only station, Vatican City (Città del Vaticano [tʃitˈta ddel vatiˈkaːno ], or Stazione Vaticana [statˈtsjoːne vatiˈkaːna ]). The main rail tracks are standard gauge and 300 metres (980 ft) long, with two freight sidings, making it the shortest national railway system in the world. Access to the Italian rail network is over a viaduct to Roma San Pietro railway station, and is guaranteed by the Lateran Treaty dating from 1929. The tracks and station were constructed during the reign of Pope Pius XI, shortly after the treaty.

  • High bit rate media transport

    High bit rate media transport (HBRMT) formerly known as High bit rate audio video over IP (HBRAV-IP), is a proposed standard for data encapsulation and forward error correction (FEC) of high bit rate contribution oriented video/audio feed services, up to 3 Gbit/s over Ethernet networks. HBRMT is being developed by the SMPTE 32NF networking technology committee. HBRMT is designed to incorporate both SDI uncompressed and JPEG 2000 compressed video and audio formats.

  • Intercity passenger transport (LPP)

    Intercity passenger transport (Slovene: Medkrajevni potniški promet) is a part of Public Company Ljubljana Passenger Transport (LPP), which provides intercity and tourist passenger transport. Between 2009 and 2012 the service was excluded from LPP and operated under the name of BUS as its subsidiary. Before, intercity bus service was excluded from LPP and it operated under the name of suburban passenger transport.

  • Sustainable Transport Award

    Sustainable Transport Award

    The Sustainable Transport Award (STA) is presented annually to a city that has shown leadership and vision in the field of sustainable transportation and urban livability in the preceding year. Nominations are accepted from anyone, and winners and honorable mentions are chosen by the Sustainable Transport Award Steering Committee.

  • Invercargill Passenger Transport

    Invercargill Passenger Transport

    Invercargill Passenger Transport Ltd was a bus company which operated public transport routes in Dunedin and Invercargill as well as school transport services in those cities as well as Queenstown and leisure and tourism transport services throughout the South Island of New Zealand

  • Iran Khodro Rail Transport Industries Company (IRICO)

    Iran Khodro Rail Transport Industries Company (IRICO)

    Iranian Rail Industries Development Co (IRICO) (Persian: ایریکو‎) is an Iranian manufacturer of passenger rolling stock. The company was founded in 2003 and began series production of rail vehicles in 2009. The company has several license manufactured rolling stock in cooperation such as Hyundai Rotem, Siemens, Stadler & CRRC Puzhen.

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