03Mar 2016

Public transportation is an essential need in any developed country. Sustainability and optimization are some of the key factors to planning and developing an adequate transportation system in an ever more connected and globalized world. At the moment, BRT standards (Bus Rapid Transit) have been implemented to rate the quality of bus transportation worldwide. In […]

21Dec 2015

The railway industry is an ever changing sector which needs constant updating and new legislations to function adequately and generate a more effective and active market. Therefore, the European Union strives to liberalize de sector and increase its competitiveness and efficiency. In this manner, there are many countries which have already evolved toward liberalization. Finland […]

09Dec 2015

Global Metro Monitor 2014, a study released by the US research center, Brookings Institution, places four Turkish cities on the list of the world’s top ten cities in terms of economic growth, most of which are cities in the Asia-Pacific region. This increase, measured in terms of annual GDP and employment growth, positions Turkey’s four […]

23Nov 2015

Road transportation in Spain is on the right track, at least activity wise. During the second quarter of 2015 there has been a 4% increase in road transportation. In addition to this, by September of this year, when the new minimal annual fee for petrol was implemented, the number of businesses dedicated to this sort […]

09Nov 2015

Today, public urban transportation in the great metropolitan areas of the world have something in common: the need to provide users with different ways of moving. Since users need to move from one place to another in a fast, comfortable manner, many cities have opted for improving their public transportation systems in order to provide […]

19Oct 2015

The European Union wants to promote a highly competitive and efficient freight transport to link all the continent’s main logistical platforms. They have been called the Motorways of the Sea, a network of different sea routes that by 2020 will hopefully connect all the main European ports and in turn connect these to the major […]

12Oct 2015

With a population of over 120 million, Mexico is the second most populated country in Latin America. Therefore, public and private transportation is critical for moving inside the city and for connecting metropolitan areas. Freelancers manage more than 80% of urban mobility of the country; resulting in a low percentage of trips being managed by […]

05Oct 2015

The well-known Silk Road that featured the legendary travels of Marco Polo returns to the present. It has become one of the key economical points in China’s new and ambitious plan. In this way, the Asian giant plans to use this New Silk Road as a means to connect China with Europe. This would mean […]

14Sep 2015
El ministro de Transporte de la India, Nitin Jairam Gadkari, y el Director General de UPSRTC, Shri. K Ravinder Nai, Visitando el Stand de Goal Systems

This Asian country, which is the second most populous in the world, presents itself as one of the greatest powers of the XXI century. However, it will have to restructure its own transport system to achieve a leadership position against some the worlds greatest powers of which have innovative public systems with notable quality and […]

02Sep 2015

The term “concentration” refers inevitably to volume, to urban agglomerations, and, when referring to urban agglomerations, as a metropolis. Currently, Brazil has approximately 15 metropolis areas with a population of more than one million; São Paulo alone has a population of 21 million and Rio de Janeiro more than 11 million. We at Goal Systems […]

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