How to aim public transport to people with reduced mobility

September 27th, 2018|

Aiming public transport towards people with reduced mobility (PRM) has become an essential requirement in today’s society, a society that attempts to democratise transport and make it be a fundamental aspect and a right for each and every person, regardless of their physical or mental state.

The United Nations have set the stage for the Sustainable […]

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Manusa Platform Screen Doors (PSD) throughout the world

May 30th, 2018|

Manusa, thanks to its wide experience in the automatic door field, offers modern doors and solutions for the closing of station platforms; solutions and products that have been specifically designed to satisfy the highest demand of rail traffic in the cities, providing this way higher user safety and comfort.

Although platform screen doors are more usual […]

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Manusa wins the TransPeshawar BRT competition in Pakistan

May 28th, 2018|

Manusa, together with its authorised distributor in Pakistan, MESI Enterprises, has come out first in the contest for the execution of integrated system of automatic doors for BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) line stations in Peshawar (Pakistan). In particular, this system will be installed in the TransPeshawar project, a rapid transit system currently under construction which […]

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Automatic accesses in rail transport infrastructures

May 18th, 2018|

 

Automatic accesses in modes of transport become essential for many reasons, particularly those regarding safety and accessibility, as well as the circulation of passenger flows.
Automatic accesses in rail stations

The high passenger flows that stations manage make it necessary to rely on automatic door systems easing the flow and free passage of users and their […]

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References of BRT systems with Manusa

April 30th, 2018|

The growth of the number of residents and in consequence, of the edified surface in big cities, has increased the need for creating a complex network of transport systems able to absorb the growing demand of mobility.

With regard to buses, the exponential growth of road traffic in recent years and its subsequent congestions, has led […]

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Customs and access control: how to improve user experience

February 22nd, 2018|

Borders between countries are one of the points where security gains most importance due to the eventuality either of an attack, or human traffic, or illegal traffic in medicines or banned substances at the legislative level. They are at the same time places where millions of people and goods circulate on a daily basis, which […]

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Increase in airport security and other passenger transport infrastructures: one-way corridors

February 3rd, 2018|

As it has been referred in previous posts, one-way corridors are security devices designed to increase security in airports, ports and train stations, as well as in any other transport infrastructure. These corridors enable passenger and goods traffic in a secure, fluid and unidirectional way from security-restricted areas, such as areas for the disembarkation of […]

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What is a BRT –Bus Rapid Transit– system?

February 3rd, 2018|

A bus rapid transit system, or BRT, is a system of massive public transport system based on buses, specifically designed with services and infrastructures in order to improve the flow of passengers. One of these infrastructures consists in the integration of automatic doors in the bus station docks so that they open and close in […]

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Airports under control: one-way corridors

January 4th, 2018|

Airports are passing places for millions of people, luggage and goods. Besides, these facilities have very sophisticated and greatly valuable machinery and devices, so controls, security and safety systems have increased during the last years, particularly after September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Airport security and safety is a very wide concept since a variety of key […]

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New inclusive transport initiatives

October 27th, 2017|

Cities transform themselves on a daily basis, aiming to become more accessible, sustainable and user-friendly in respect of their inhabitants. With a view to offer and guarantee the same opportunities to all users, it becomes necessary to remove the existing architectural barriers, amongst them, those dealing with transport. Therefore, it is essential that tomorrow’s cities […]

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