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All articles by Chris Lo

  1. Onboard the Shiki-Shima, Japan’s newest luxury sleeper train

    Since the launch of its first bullet train in October 1964, Japan has been widely regarded as a frontrunner in…
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    2 Apr
  2. HS2’s second phase: on track despite uncertainty and opposition

    The UK’s High-Speed 2 (HS2) project, which will see a high-speed rail (HSR) spine running at speeds of up to…
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    29 Jan
  3. Uber and Amtrak join forces to solve North Carolina’s ‘last mile’ problem

    Ever since 1962 – when Charlotte’s downtown rail station was torn down – visitors to North Carolina’s commercial hub have…
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    18 Jan
  4. Network Rail CEO Mark Carne discusses the Shaw Report

    Mark Carne has been chief executive of Network Rail since September2013. Previously, he worked as executive vice president for Royal…
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    30 Oct
  5. The future of British Transport Police’s sexual offences unit

    Maintaining the safety and security of passengers across a public transport network is a complex challenge for rail operators and…
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    25 Jul
  6. Running on wind: the Dutch rail network’s renewable revolution

    Harried Dutch commuters may not be entirely cognisant of the fact, but they may soon be travelling on one of…
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    19 Aug
  7. Out of limbo: breathing new life into abandoned stations

    Unlike their surface counterparts, for underground metro stations, death is not the end. While above-ground railway stations and other buildings…
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    13 Jul
  8. Tracks in time: 200 years of locomotive technology

    It’s been more than two centuries since Cornish engineer Richard Trevithick showed off his railway invention in the Welsh mining…
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    19 May
  9. Learning to be a Rail Safety and Accident Investigator with Cranfield University

    Frances Marcellin: What was the motivation behind creating this course? Graham Braithwaite: In 2004, Cranfield launched a new three-week continuing…
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    12 Apr
  10. Protecting passengers on India’s next-gen network

    In the wake of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s general election triumph in May 2014, India’s railways have found themselves bearing…
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    23 Mar

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