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  • The best apps for rail passengers

    The growing popularity of smartphones has led to the creation of new apps that are changing the way passengers purchase tickets, plan journeys and communicating with rail operators. From route...

  • 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...

  • Future Rail – Issue 61

    In this issue: Trouble for Tokyo’s commuters, implementing positive train control, the UK diesel phase-out, Alstom’s station-charging tram, the case for free transit, cross-country tickets, and more.

  • A look at Alstom’s new Citadis X05 trams

    At the start of this year, French multinational company Alstom revealed its next generation of Citadis trams, the X05. Touted as the most innovative in the world, we take a...

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