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All articles by Ross Davies

  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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

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