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All articles by Adele Berti

  1. What now for Johannesburg’s Gautrain?

    The South African province of Gauteng is by far the country’s wealthiest and most economically valuable asset, contributing just over…
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    7 Nov
  2. Continental rail passes: what can we learn from the twists and turns of Eurail?

    Rail passes are enjoying increasing popularity in Europe, largely thanks to growing climate change concerns and the resulting shift from…
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    5 Nov
  3. Save A Train: the Israeli start-up looking to revolutionise ticketing in Europe

    Rail travel in Europe is currently experiencing a new-found popularity thanks to high-speed rail and digitalisation but also thanks to…
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    15 Oct
  4. How could rail industry careers change in the future?

    Record-breaking technologies, the end of paper-based ticketing, the electrification and de-carbonisation of the networks; these are recurring themes for the…
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    19 Sep
  5. Solar-powered trains: the future of rail?

    The environmental crisis currently hitting the world has called for all sectors to play their part in cutting down emissions…
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    12 Sep
  6. Cracking down on metal theft on the railways

    In the past year, the UK has witnessed a steep rise in live and non-live cable theft from the railways….
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    27 Aug
  7. Fruitful harvest: is tracking passengers with Wi-Fi the right way to ease overcrowding?

    Author and consultant Geoffrey Moore once tweeted: “Without big data analytics, companies are blind and deaf, wandering out onto the…
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    22 Aug
  8. In pictures: the world’s most beautiful funicular railways

    They might not boast the latest cutting-edge technology, nor run along miles and miles of track, but throughout centuries, funicular…
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    15 Aug
  9. Five questions for Alfa-X: the world’s fastest bullet train

    Japan’s renowned passion for cutting-edge train technology and high-speed transport is back to astonish the rail industry with the launch…
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    13 Aug
  10. Sea change: protecting coastal railways from rising sea levels

    When Isambard Kingdom Brunel engineered the UK’s South Western Railway in the early 19th century, he saw great potential in…
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    8 Aug
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