All articles by Eva Grey

Eva Grey

New issue: Saving France’s rural railways

In this issue: saving French rural railways, analysing Deutsche Bahn’s Advanced TrainLab, finding out where hydrail would work in the UK, automatic face recognition trials, and more.

How to respond to a rail emergency, in the latest Future Rail

In this issue: personalised disruption messaging begins its first UK trial, the effects of natural disasters on the world’s rail networks, key lessons from successful rail projects, and more.

Decoding the world’s most complex metro maps, in the latest Future Rail

In this issue: making the case for rail station devolution, mapping the world’s most complex metro maps, face-to-face with Fetch.AI, 3D printing in the rail industry, and more.

Connecting communities: read how rail can ease isolation in the latest Future Rail

In this issue: Italy’s new high-speed freight service, upcycling in the rail industry, mapping HS2 with autonomous drones, steam-age signalling in the UK, and more.

Issue 69 | January 2019

In this issue: a new dawn for Egyptian rolling stock, Brexit pressures on the Eurostar, in conversation with c2c, the latest on the Moscow-Kazan project, and more.

Future Rail Yearbook 2018

Yearbook: the biggest railway stories from the past year, including the economic contribution of urban rail, the top passenger apps, making the case for free transport, VR applications at train stations, the world’s top high-speed routes, and more.

Future Rail – Issue 68

In this issue: South Africa’s Phelophepa train, passenger data collection, getting ready for the Tokyo Olympics, and more.

Future Rail – Australia Issue

In our special Australia issue: mapping the continent’s potential high-speed routes, a brand new training centre for tomorrow’s engineers, Sydney’s light rail fiasco, and more.

Future Rail – Issue 67

In this issue: Spain’s high-speed woes, the economic contribution of urban rail, Hyperloop’s first passenger capsule, carriage temperature and more.

Could an Alstom-Siemens merger kill off competition?

An investigation has been opened into the proposed merger of rail equipment giants Siemens and Alstom, after serious doubts were cast over the potential impact on market competition in the UK.