The winners of the UITP Awards 2015 have been announced at the 61st World Congress & Exhibition in Milan, Italy.
The UITP awards acknowledge ambitious and innovative mobility projects that contribute to the sector goal of doubling the market share of public transport by 2025. An international jury of public transport experts evaluated the projects and narrowed it down to a shortlist of finalists. The winners were announced during the Networking Dinner on 10 June. The projects, which must have been implemented in the past two years, covered strategy, customer experience, operational and technical excellence, design, as well as demand management and financing.
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Winners of the UITP Awards 2015, grouped by category:
Public Transport Strategy: FEDERACAO DAS EMPRESAS DE TRANSPORTES DE PASSAGEIROS DO ESTADO DO RIO DE JANEIRO (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), for the project “Reshaping mobility demand in Rio with a BRT network”
Customer Experience: WIENER STADTWERKER & CO. KG (Wien, Austria), for the project “SMILE – Smart Mobility Info & Ticketing System Leading the Way for Effective E-Mobility Services”
Operational and Technical Excellence: TRANSPORT FOR LONDON, BARCLAYCARD, CUBIC (London, UK), for the project “Acceptance of contactless payment cards for Pay as you go travel on London’s public transport network”
Design: SOLARIS BUS & COACH S.A. (Owinska, Poland), for the project “The new Solaris Urbino”
Mobility Demand Management: LAND TRANSPORT AUTHORITY (Singapore), for the project “Travel Smart Programme”
Smart Financing and Business Model: KAYSERY ULASIM (Kayseri, Turkey), for the project “Innovative Financing of Public Transport”
For more information, please visit: uitpmilan2015.org/content/uitp-awards-2015
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