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All articles by Ross Davies

  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Seeing double: is the UK ready to embrace double-decker trains?

    For the millions of Brits who venture over to mainland Europe each year, the sight of a double-decker train on…
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    13 Feb
  4. Mobility first: addressing the needs of wheelchair and mobility scooter users on UK rail

    On the evening of 5 April, in the midst of rush hour, a 50-strong group of wheelchair users and disability…
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    16 Jan
  5. On track at last: construction of the Brenner Base Tunnel picks up speed

    Even before the Romans made it their own, the Brenner Pass had already been traipsed and traversed by hunter-gatherers from…
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    15 Jan
  6. From Hyperloop to HS2: big rail projects to look out for in 2018

    Major construction work is expected to begin on the High Speed 2 (HS2) railway in the UK in 2018. Much…
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    19 Dec
  7. Rail’s most striking wildlife corridors

    Rail infrastructure projects and wildlife preservation don’t always make for the easiest of bedfellows. From continuing reports of elephants being…
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    13 Sep

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