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  • India’s Rail Picks up Speed

    As existing infrastructure reaches breaking point, it looks as if India's rail network will be saved just in time. Gavin Knight reports.

  • New York Residents Have Tunnel Vision

    Controversy over plans for a new rail connection between New York and New Jersey is hotting up. Critics believe the new THE tunnel project to be costly, badly thought out...

  • Calling All Engineers

    From Australia to the UK, the number of qualified rail engineers is dwindling. Dr Gareth Evans looks at what can be done to encourage recruitment as modern rail projects require...

  • London Underground Enters the Ice Age

    The stuffy atmosphere of London's underground network has been a bone of contention for the city for decades. Alex Hawkes looks at how TfL's project team is hoping that this...

  • Fight Against the Phantom Menace

    The rail network was once the graffiti artist's blank canvas but now things are changing. Paul French finds out how the rail operators are winning the fight against the vandals.

  • Skills Shortage in the Rail Sector

    Railway infrastructure investment is on the rise globally but a shortage of skilled engineers threatens many projects. Anthony Beachey reports.

  • The GCC Rail Revolution

    Never a region to do things by half, the GCC countries are currently investing in a wide range of internal rail developments which could be further complemented with a rail...

  • Berlin Bound for German Innovation

    The railway world is preparing to congregate in Berlin for InnoTrans 2008. Penny Jones looks at the path of Germany's Deutsche Bahn and the country's other innovators who are set...

  • California’s Need for Speed

    California is jumping on the high-speed bandwagon, set to vote on a transport option that could take it into the future. Jennifer Coates reports.

  • Alaska’s Positive Thinking

    Positive train control could be the answer to a safer and more efficient future for the railway sector. But is the system's reliance on the integration of advanced communications technologies...


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