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- Central Data Bank (talk)
- Jay8g (talk)
- container_moving intermodal shipping. road transport & cranes
- Spacevezon - mainly UK/German transport, sometimes North American/other European
- Doug.(talk • contribs) 02:51, 5 September 2007 (UTC)
- Son - I edit heavily in US related roads and streets. --Son (talk) 03:41, 21 December 2007 (UTC)
- Trulystand700 Addicted to the railway.
- Mariordo Transport economics, congestion pricing, transportation demand management, intelligent transportation systems, highway safety, traffic engineering.Mariordo (talk) 03:52, 27 June 2008 (UTC)
- Arsenikk (talk)
- The Navigators I know a few UK websites with some good info, along with some books.
- Rcsprinter (tell me stuff) @ 21:06, 31 December 2010 (UTC) - Most transport related areas lest shipping; esp public
- Everybody got to be somewhere! (talk) 21:43, 3 January 2011 (UTC) professional translator, knowledge of North European ports, shipping industry, road design & construction, dredging & hydraulic engineering
- Fabregas0414 (talk) - mostly HK and London transportation.
- STSC - Public transport.
- Videomaniac29 Mainly interested in UK and New Zealand transport matters.
- Terramorphous Love everything on land, even things on land that support the sea and the sky e.g. Airports, Ports etc.
- Thomas85753 - British public transport.
- Brmedia Mainly USA Rapid transit
- Rsrikanth05. Been working on transport related articles, mostly Indian, but also others since 2009.
- Samuell1616 Interested in anything or everything related to transports
- RisingSkylar Interested in Public Transportation, Carpooling, Ridesharing, and new technology.
- Capotine Policy wonk, finance for capital projects in Aus
- RES2773 All areas of Mass Transit around NY, but I pretty much do anything.
- Heart2heartjennifer I'm interested in high speed rail, finding ways to relieve congestion and less reliance on cars, and problem solving the "crumbling infrastructure" problem everyone talks about. This is my first official group. Thanks for having me!
- B&T Expert - public transport
- yonikasz - American public transport, Hyperloop, also when is regular spaceflight gonna be considered public transport? I am waiting.
- Sovereign Sentinel I rate articles.
- User:rparslow I love to read and update European transport articles.
- User:pdxgimlet Public transit in the USA, transit equity, environmental justice.
- TJH2018 Public Transit in Los Angeles, CA, Amtrak, and other US-based transit subjects and agencies.
- Flyboy0101 Mainly public transit in the USA but many other topics as well
- Philip Terry Graham – residing in Sydney; keen contributor to Sydney public transport articles – 11:43, 5 May 2016 (UTC)
- Whoisjohngalt - Interested in tricking in the United States.Whoisjohngalt (talk) 12:31, 5 July 2016 (UTC)
- User:Wxtransit Interested in transport-related articles
- Prouxxx I work for a company selling public transport software worldwide. Knowledgeable mostly about bus, tram and metro scheduling.
- Class455. Interested in modern day transport, particularly of those in and around London
- David S. Hwang. Interested in rail transit.
- Calebmateo99 here. Any and all public transport is my cup of tea. Especially in the Boston area and in Colombia. Calebmateo99 (talk) 22:50, 15 October 2016 (UTC)