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All articles by Joe Baker

  1. Jerusalem to Tel Aviv: an historic high-speed railway

    The Jerusalem–Tel Aviv rail line has been something of a slow burn. The so-called A1 project was conceived way back…
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    20 Feb
  2. Smart railway stations: how cities are creating ‘living’ transport hubs

    Railway stations have become an important part of the discussion when it comes to smart cities, which aim to implement…
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    5 Feb
  3. Selling rail: can SilverRail improve the industry’s online offering?

    With high-speed rail projects gaining traction, international passengers are increasingly looking to rail as a cheaper, greener and more comfortable…
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    23 Jan
  4. iLint: the world’s first hydrogen-powered train

    As the world looks to curb carbon emissions, rail operators’ continued focus on diesel has put a spotlight on the…
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    22 Jan
  5. Amtrak’s critical projects to increase US rail connectivity

    Since the Northeast Corridor’s (NEC) official birth almost two centuries ago, the route has become vital for passengers travelling to…
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    18 Dec
  6. Network Rail supervisory boards: putting passengers first

    Increasing capacity, relieving congestion and providing improved passenger facilities have been the ostensive aims of Network Rail’s ongoing upgrade plan…
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    14 Dec
  7. Indian Railways: blazing a trail towards renewable energy

    It may have been the world’s third-largest carbon emitter in 2016, but India is currently experiencing something of a renewables…
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    10 Nov
  8. Price prophet: can a predictive app feature save commuters cash?

    Advance train tickets in the UK are generally touted as a means to help passengers save money, but how do…
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    8 Nov
  9. WiFi woes: the difficulties of improving onboard internet services

    In today’s hyper-digital era, onboard WiFi has become less of a handy convenience and more of a necessity for rail…
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    10 Oct
  10. Facing fears: should facial recognition technology be installed in railway stations?

      From Apple’s newly announced iPhone X to biometric banking systems in China, facial recognition is becoming a hot topic…
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    8 Oct

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