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All articles by Joe Baker

  1. The best apps for rail passengers

    With the global number of smartphone users forecast to hit 2.87 billion by 2020, app creators are constantly looking for…
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    16 May
  2. Financial trouble at TfL: can it stay afloat?

    With London’s population surging to 8.8 million in 2017 and set to increase even further, continued investment from industry body…
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    14 May
  3. In pictures: the best and worst major railway stations

    The world’s largest stations are no longer seen as merely an entry point to rail travel, but fully fledged destinations…
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    9 May
  4. Rush hour delays: why Tokyo’s commuter railways are feeling the strain

    Across the sprawling metropolis of Tokyo and its neighbouring prefectures, millions of citizens rely on the rail network to get…
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    3 Apr
  5. Goodbye diesel: what does the phase-out mean for UK rail innovation?

    In February, UK Transport Minister Jo Johnson kicked off his second month in office with a major announcement. Diesel-only trains,…
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    28 Mar
  6. SigmaRail: Using drones to map the Spanish railways

    Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are making the process of capturing and monitoring rail information safer, cheaper and faster worldwide. Tech…
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    12 Mar
  7. Could a ‘luminous’ platform help reduce train delays in Germany?

    Where will the doors stop? Rail commuters strive to answer this question every day, engaging in an unspoken competition with…
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    8 Mar
  8. Jerusalem to Tel Aviv: an historic high-speed railway

    The Jerusalem–Tel Aviv rail line has been something of a slow burn. The so-called A1 project was conceived way back…
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    20 Feb
  9. Smart railway stations: how cities are creating ‘living’ transport hubs

    Railway stations have become an important part of the discussion when it comes to smart cities, which aim to implement…
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    5 Feb
  10. Selling rail: can SilverRail improve the industry’s online offering?

    With high-speed rail projects gaining traction, international passengers are increasingly looking to rail as a cheaper, greener and more comfortable…
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    23 Jan

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