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All articles by Adele Berti

  1. A guide to London’s most stressful tube stations

    Ask any Londoner what they think of the Underground, and they’ll say it’s the beating heart of the capital’s economic…
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    16 May
  2. In pictures: tracing metros from above

    Constantly running underneath the foundations of a city, metro systems are intriguing yet disorienting worlds that have existed since the…
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    14 May
  3. Saving France’s rural railways: is there a light at the end of the tunnel?

    Every day, France’s world-famous Trains à Grande Vitesse (TGV) run up and down the country connecting major centres to each…
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    2 May
  4. Bon voyage: a look at popular train fare concepts around the world

    Citymapper’s unlimited London pass Having been launched in early 2019, public transit app Citymapper’s pass is bidding to radically change…
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    18 Apr
  5. Does hydrail work in the UK? The view from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers

    The railway industry is certainly not the biggest polluter in the world – especially when compared to road transport or…
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    16 Apr
  6. Rail exports: which countries export the best train technologies?

    The history of the railway dates back over 2,000 years, with primitive concepts of tracked transport going back to the…
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    11 Apr
  7. Timeline: profiling the evolution of China’s high-speed rail network

    1997 – 2007: Early high-speed plans and works In the late 1990s, China was facing a huge increase in capacity…
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    28 Mar
  8. In pictures: Noah’s Train, the new climate-minded mobile artwork

    Departure: Katowice, Poland The Polish city of Katowice was the starting point for the project, to coincide with the World…
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    26 Mar
  9. Effective emergency response in rail disasters

    In January this year, a train accident in Denmark claimed the lives of six people. The disaster, which took place…
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    21 Mar
  10. Nature strikes: natural disasters and their impact on the world’s rail networks

    Volcanoes Sicilians may trust using the railways to visit Mount Etna but generally, trains are much better off if they’re…
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    14 Mar

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