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  • Saving Cape Town’s public transport

    Every day, Cape Town’s activity is brought to a frustrating standstill due to excruciating delays on its public rail network. Metrorail’s subpar performance has imperilled the viability of entire businesses,...

  • Righting wrong signals: learning from Waterloo

    In August, London’s Waterloo station once again ground to a halt due to signalling issues. While commuters grouse about such disruptions, engineers have their work cut out in the maintenance...

  • Rail’s most striking wildlife corridors

    In the last six months, two new rail projects in Sweden and Kenya have been notable for their incorporation of wildlife corridors. Ross Davies takes a closer look at their...

  • Flight Rail: a new type of train?

    For over 20 years, American engineer Max Schlienger has worked on a new type of high-speed rail system, propelled by air pressure. The train can be seen in action today...

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