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All articles by Adele Berti

  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Taking the scenic route: on board with Rocky Mountaineer

    In the late 1880s, the North American region of British Columbia chose to be annexed to Canada instead of the…
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    5 Feb
  4. From seat cover to tote bag: upcycling initiatives in the rail industry

    In October 2018, a report published by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change claimed the world only has a…
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    17 Jan
  5. Mercitalia Fast: the world’s first high-speed rail freight service

    European countries have little more than ten years to meet standards set by the European Union in 2011, which called…
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    15 Jan
  6. Connecting communities: the role of rail in tackling loneliness

    Loneliness is an issue that in 2016 alone affected over nine million people, who according to a study carried by…
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    10 Jan
  7. c2c: sitting down with the UK’s Rail Operator of the year 2018

    Earlier this year, British rail franchise c2c claimed the prize for Rail Operator of the Year at the UK 2018…
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    8 Jan
  8. Eurostar: a casualty of Brexit?

    When a Eurostar train reaches the Euro Tunnel for crossing, the last thing it will see before entering the tunnel…
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    20 Dec
  9. A new dawn for the Egyptian railway industry?

    With almost 5,000km of track connecting major cities and towns, the Egyptian railway system plays a vital role in the…
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    13 Dec
  10. The Train of Hope: South Africa’s Phelophepa

    With a ratio of doctors to patients of one to 5,000, hospitals are often too crowded to accommodate everyone, but…
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    22 Nov

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