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All articles by Chris Lo

  1. In pictures: Glasgow Subway shows off its new driverless trains

    The Glasgow Subway opened for the first time in December 1896, making it the third-oldest underground metro system in the…
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    12 Aug
  2. Helsinki-Tallinn tunnel: checking in with the world’s most ambitious rail link

    It seems there’s no limit to Peter Vesterbacka’s ambition. After spending six years as an executive for Espoo-based Angry Birds…
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    5 Jun
  3. Driver-only trains: does removing guards put passengers at risk?

    For more than three years, the debate over driver-only operation (DOO) has rumbled on. In November 2017, the Aslef union…
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    3 Jun
  4. Transforming Old Oak Common into an HS2 super-hub

    On 5 February, HS2 Ltd revealed design images for the new Old Oak Common high-speed rail station, which is set…
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    22 May
  5. A first in rail: Eurotunnel rolls out facial recognition tech

    The Channel Tunnel is set to become the world’s first rail border crossing to take a leaf out of the…
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    21 May
  6. The people’s palace: exploring Moscow Metro’s evolving designs

    Moscow Metro is one of a kind. The London Underground might be older and the Shanghai Metro might be larger,…
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    10 Dec
  7. Best-laid plans: Sydney’s light rail fiasco

    Light rail systems have the potential to help solve some of the major problems that spring up in the world’s…
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    28 Nov
  8. Brazil’s rail freight network: fast track to nowhere?

    Nestled amid the Serra do Mar coastal forests in the Brazilian state of São Paulo, the village of Paranapiacaba plays…
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    14 Aug
  9. The future is now: Paul Priestman on designing Hyperloop

    Established transport industries such as rail and aviation will continue to refine their respective vehicle design templates, but in the…
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    12 Dec
  10. Onboard the Shiki-Shima, Japan’s newest luxury sleeper train

    Since the launch of its first bullet train in October 1964, Japan has been widely regarded as a frontrunner in…
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    2 Apr
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