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  • Top Ten Record-Breaking Stations

    More than just a platform and tracks, rail stations are often the centrepiece of a nation's transport infrastructure. We look at ten of the world's record breakers.

  • Talking Transport Security Trends

    An ever-increasing requirement for effective security systems across transportation networks is developing. Frances Penwill-Cook talks to ARINC's Andy Nicholson to find out what is proving vital in keeping our transport...

  • Increasing Voltage Across the Atlantic

    Environmental issues are weighing heavily on the minds of governments everywhere. For the rail sector, electrification could prove the answer, as Paul French investigates.

  • Copenhagen’s Railroad to Success

    Policy makers who thrashed out climate change issues at Copenhagen recently were unable to agree on definitive measures. But in the rail and road sectors, action to cut carbon emissions...

  • Deep Heat: Protecting Against Fire in Tunnels

    An outbreak of fire in a rail tunnel can have disastrous consequences. Daniel Garrun finds out how prevention is better than cure as Arena International's Fire Protection & Safety in...

  • Countering Terrorism Drives UK Rail Surveillance

    Countering terrorism on the UK rail network is no easy task. Ahead of Arena International's Counter Terrorism and Security event, Natalie Coomber speaks with Perpetuity Group director Martin Gill to...

  • Public Railways in Private Hands

    Public private partnerships can often be a political and public minefield. Paul French investigates their importance and controversy in the transport sector.

  • Brazil’s Olympic Rail Challenge

    After clinching bids for 2014's FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games, Brazil requires massive rail investment. Alex Hawkes speaks exclusively to the UK Trade and Investment organisation about...

  • Keeping Two Eyes on the Train

    In recent years railway station monitoring has been providing benefits beyond a real-time view. Cynthia Challener looks at the innovations turning heads today in rail around the world.

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