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All articles by Ross Davies

  1. Forward thinking: The benefits of automating UK rail infrastructure design

    Speaking in February at the annual George Bradshaw address, in front of a packed house of rail engineers, Keith Williams…
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    28 May
  2. A bold shift, but how to fund it? Five takeaways from the EU’s rail digitalisation report

    By the reckoning of the World Economic Forum, the combined value of digitalisation to both industry and society will surpass…
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    9 May
  3. The case for locally run train stations

    Later this year, Keith Williams will unveil the findings of his year-long review into the performance of the UK rail…
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    12 Mar
  4. Batteries possibly included: the train engine innovations taking on diesel

    Are diesel trains really set to become a thing of the past? Well, that’s the plan at least for numerous…
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    31 Jan
  5. Bringing home the bacon: the relationship between TfL and the advertising industry

    We are often told that corporate social responsibility and profitability are intertwined in the 21st century business model. Pledge to…
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    29 Jan
  6. Wizards of Oz: training Australia’s future rail engineers

    Australia’s rail sector has long been intertwined with the fortunes of its better recognised mining industry. The boom experienced by…
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    27 Nov
  7. Slow trains: the EU’s high-speed rail network dilemma

    Patience may be a virtue, but it has its limits. This is something the people of Stuttgart know only too…
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    25 Sep
  8. Stopping it in its tracks: the fight to deter trespassers on Britain’s railways

    When teenager Tom Hubbard trespassed onto a nearby railway line in Rugby to retrieve a football, it was a decision…
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    28 Aug
  9. How a more competitive UK rail industry could lower ticket prices

    This November will mark 25 years since John Major’s Conservative UK Government passed the Railways Act 1993. While the legislation…
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    17 Apr
  10. About time: the great potential of Northern Powerhouse Rail

    When Transport Secretary Chris Grayling scrapped rail electrification plans for the north of England last year, he reignited the touchpaper…
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    21 Mar
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