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  • 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...

  • Future Rail Magazine: Issue 60

    In this issue: The high-speed rails routes beating air travel, the new Jerusalem-Tel Aviv line, Northern Powerhouse Rail, 3D printing trains, drones, auctioning first class tickets, and more

  • 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...

  • Future Rail Magazine: Issue 59

    In this issue: Double-decker trains in the UK, Columbia’s Bogotá metro line, training first responders, themed trains, and more

  • Will maglev ever become mainstream?

    First developed in the 1940s by British engineer Eric Laithwaite, magnetic levitation technology has so far failed to reach the transportation mainstream. Can new projects in Japan and China help...

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