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All articles by Adele Berti

  1. Railway jobs of 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Big moves: Swiss Railways’ infrastructure upgrades

    New Rail Link through the Alps (NRLA) The largest and most ambitious project in the history of Swiss Railways, the…
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    6 Aug
  9. Cape Town: will the city ever rebuild its railway?

    Every day, some 30,000 Cape Town commuters use a Facebook group called “Metrorail Commuters – Cape Town” to find out…
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    1 Aug
  10. From London to Scotland: Cruising along with the new Caledonian Sleeper

    With High-Speed 2 facing continuous delays and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival only a few months away, Caledonian Sleeper will look…
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    4 Jul
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