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All articles by Eva Grey

  1. Crossrail’s environmental legacy: setting an example

    Just shy of a decade into its delivery, Crossrail has released its environmental legacy – a stack of nearly 500…
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    13 Nov
  2. Do disruptive taxi apps pose a threat to urban rail?

    Urban mobility has undergone a far-reaching transformation over the past five years. As smartphone ownership has surged across all demographics,…
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    9 Nov
  3. China turns Malaysia’s East Coast Rail Link into reality

    In August, China and Malaysia broke ground on a $13bn rail project, the 688km East Coast Rail Link (ECLR) that…
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    1 Oct
  4. Cable theft still plagues the rail industry

    Cable theft crime has plagued transport networks around the world for years, with millions of pounds in losses each year….
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    24 Sep
  5. Flight Rail: a new type of train?

    In Mendocino County, California, a two-man company hopes to bring to life a new model of high-speed train; one that…
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    10 Sep
  6. Is the air on London Underground fit to breathe?

    London’s air pollution is one of the main challenges facing the capital and its inhabitants. At the start of this…
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    6 Sep
  7. The rail market proves a tough nut to crack as start-ups struggle

    In December 2016, Locomore made a triumphant entry onto the German market as the world’s first crowdfunded railway company, eager…
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    8 Aug
  8. Fixing New York’s subway

    New York currently hosts the world’s largest and busiest network, which is also the most problematic. Plagued by unreliable trains,…
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    1 Aug
  9. Is the end near for Europe’s passenger night trains?

    Passenger night trains have been operating since the mid-1800s, first as the backbone of practical long-distance travel and later as…
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    31 Jul
  10. Cut first class to ease congestion: could it work?

    The issue of overcrowding on packed commuter trains has long plagued the industry, and to this day, it remains one…
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    25 Jul

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