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  • New York City Subway: sending the right signals

    For years, New York’s subway system has been in a state of crisis. Ageing infrastructure, lack of investment and poorly-timed repairs have led to excruciating delays and left commuters seething....

  • Financial trouble at TfL: can it stay afloat?

    London’s public transport provider, TfL, is under increasing pressure. Not only has its government operating grant been slashed but a funding freeze is also expected to cost £640m across the...

  • Stockholm’s professional fare dodgers

    For almost two decades a Swedish group of campaigners have defied authority and flipped the passenger-operator power balance by banding together to avoid fares. Their unconventional brand of activism continues...

  • Run2Rail: bringing 3D printing to rail design

    A new European project is looking at using carbon fibres and 3D printing techniques to design lighter, more reliable and quieter trains. Professor Simon Iwnicki, director of the Institute of...

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