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Eva Grey

Eva Grey is a features writer for NRI Digital covering transport, with a focus on the rail, aviation and shipping industries. Before joining NRI Digital, Eva worked as a freelancer for publications such as The News Hub, Lancashire Evening Post and British American Media and reported from the International Journalism Festival in 2014. While studying for her degree in International Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire, Eva spent six months living and writing from Guangzhou, China. 

All articles by Eva Grey

  1. Rail fine dining: the best and worst in on-board catering

    When it comes to rail travel, key factors such as punctuality of service, cleanliness, seat availability and cost-efficiency often make…
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    11 Jul
  2. Sweden’s AR trials: a push for modern station navigation

    Stockholm Central is a hub of activity. As Sweden’s largest travel destination, and the busiest railway station in the whole…
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    27 Jun
  3. Around the world: 1,000km of fully automated metros

    The popularity of driverless metro lines has grown exponentially since the first one was inaugurated in 1981, in Kobe, Japan….
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    25 Jun
  4. New York City Subway: sending the right signals

    Last year, New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), and in particular the…
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    18 Jun
  5. The Fehmarnbelt tunnel: delivering a new European link

    Preparatory work is well underway for the Fehmarnbelt link, an upcoming 18km immersed tunnel comprised of a four-lane motorway and…
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    11 Jun
  6. French rail reform: is SNCF on the brink of privatisation?

    Since March, French rail passengers had to contend with heavily disrupted services as nationwide strikes over Macron’s proposal to reform…
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    5 Jun
  7. Stockholm’s professional fare dodgers

    Around the world, authorities, together with governments and campaign groups, are pushing for increased public transport usage. For their part,…
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    1 May
  8. The Bi-Oceanic Corridor: a new railroad to rival maritime freight?

    During a 2013 meeting between Bolivia’s President Evo Morales and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, the concept of a transnational…
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    30 Apr
  9. A look at Alstom’s new Citadis X05 trams

    The rapid growth of urbanisation poses great challenges to transport authorities, from traffic congestion in big cities to dangerous levels…
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    12 Apr
  10. Free transport: does opening up the railways make sense?

    An affordable, reliable public transportation network is the backbone of every city. More than just a means to an end,…
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    26 Mar

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