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  1. China’s high-speed rail revolution

    When China’s Premier Wen Jiabao boarded the first bullet train to open the service of the new high-speed line between…
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    20 Nov
  2. Investing in the future of rail

    Growing competition from emerging markets such as China and well-established industry sectors like Japan, enhanced requirements on safety and lifecycle…
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    14 Sep
  3. Designing digital railway stations – lessons from Sydney Central

    The number of rail passengers worldwide topped 2,600 billion in 2009 – a figure which continues to grow. But as…
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    11 Sep
  4. Europorte to install GPS beacons on locomotives

    Europorte in France has signed a contract with Belgian company Railnova to fit GPS beacons in all its locomotives, starting…
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    29 Aug
  5. US proposes amendment to positive train control systems

    The US has proposed changes to the Federal Railroad Administration’s (FRA) rule regarding the installation of positive train control (PTC)…
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    29 Aug
  6. Eurostar launches mobile ticket booking application

    Eurostar, the high-speed passenger service linking the UK and Europe, has launched a free mobile application to allow passengers to…
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    29 Aug
  7. Russia to build $100bn Bering Strait high-speed rail tunnel

    The Russian Government has approved an ambitious plan to build a 65 mile-long undersea rail tunnel under the Bering Strait…
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    29 Aug
  8. Justifying automation

    Driverless trains run by computer systems located in a remote control room, laser detectors to pick up the smallest movement…
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    22 Aug
  9. A majestic prospect – tunnelling the Bangalore metro

    On a hot summer’s day in Bangalore, ambassadors, politicians, lobbyists, financers, press and the cream of the Indian tunnelling community…
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    17 Aug
  10. A Summer of Strain: An Olympic Task for Rail Infrastructure

    London’s failed bid to host the 2000 Summer Olympic Games, eventually won by Sydney, Australia, was subject to lofty criticism…
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    8 Aug
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