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All articles by Gary Peters

  1. The Chinese firms hot on the heels of Europe’s rail infrastructure giants

    According to a study of railway infrastructure suppliers, Chinese manufacturers are catching up with their European counterparts. The gap is…
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    7 Aug
  2. Level crossings: why are people still running the risk?

    In mid-July, Tina Hughes spoke of her loss, the moment she admits changed her life forever. “Olivia and her friend…
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    31 Jul
  3. No time to waste: third-generation trains in the spotlight

    If a passenger happens to board a new Desiro City train on Thameslink, or, for example, the Class 345 stock…
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    26 Jul
  4. Is a Siemens-Bombardier joint venture a real possibility?

    Reports have surfaced of a potential merger between Siemens and Bombardier, where the companies would pool their train manufacturing businesses…
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    17 Jul
  5. Lost and found: how is technology changing lost property?

    In late May, Arriva Trains Wales, supported by the UK’s Rail Delivery Group (RDG), completed a two-month trial with FindMyLost,…
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    12 Jul
  6. The driverless freight train: as imagined in Germany

    The label ‘freight train of the future’ makes for good headlines, stirring interest across the industry and inevitably leading to…
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    21 Jun
  7. Connecting the region: Canada’s express rail project

    When explaining the rationale behind allocating almost C$2bn to the GO Transit Regional Express Rail (RER) project, Canadian Prime Minister…
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    7 Jun
  8. Slotting in UK rail freight

    The UK rail freight sector is in a period of flux. A drop in the volume of coal cargoes is…
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    23 May
  9. Rail’s ‘adaptable carriage’: heading for trials

    In one corner of the Railtex 2017 trade show, held in Birmingham from the 9-11 May, Zane van Romunde, from…
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    11 May
  10. Queensland’s new trains: testing times

    Queensland’s grand transport scheme, to date, has been plagued by bad headlines, causing politicians to point fingers and left passengers…
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    8 May

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