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  • 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...

  • China’s Rail Lines Going for Gold

    China has raised its game and created a world-class transport system for Beijing. It has been pitted by experts as being perfect for the 2008 Olympics and the springboard for...

  • Standardising Europe’s Systems

    Europe's diverse railway operations are moving closer together to exploit the massive business potential. However, speaking the same transport language is not without its headaches, writes Neil Pulling.

  • Russia the Rail Giant

    Essential to the smooth running of the country in the past, Russia's railways are seeing continual growth and success. With modernisation of track and stock, and lines spanning huge cross-country...

  • Going Green in Sweden

    With a rail sector geared toward environmental sustainability, the industry can learn much from a visit to Sweden. Alex Hawkes reports.

  • India’s Speedy New Scheme

    India is building an ambitious industrial corridor from New Delhi to Mumbai, which includes high-speed freight lines. Neil Pulling looks at the project, due to be complete in 2012.


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