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All articles by Eva Grey

  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Run2Rail: bringing 3D printing to rail design

    Over the past few years, new manufacturing methods and materials such a 3D printing and carbon fibres have hugely grown…
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    13 Mar
  6. Faster than flying: the high-speed rail routes taking on the air industry

    Worldwide, the air industry is one of the fastest growing sectors, with increasingly competitive offerings in terms of destinations, cost…
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    19 Feb
  7. A culture trip on themed trains

    Art on the underground isn’t a new thing. Many public transport operators around the world have harnessed the joys of…
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    1 Feb
  8. Is the long-awaited Bogotá Metro closer than ever?

    Bogotá, with a fast-growing population of more than eight million, is still served by a deficient public transportation network leading…
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    29 Jan
  9. A railway’s role in the modern Smart City

    The global urban landscape is in the midst of a momentous shift, which could be, and often is, characterised as…
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    4 Jan
  10. Saving Cape Town’s public transport

    In October, Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transportation and Urban Development Brett Herron declared the city’s commuter rail to…
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    13 Dec

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