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  • 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.

  • A Bumpy Ride – Looking Back at 2007

    From 'heroic' light rail to 'villainous' delays, rail systems had their fair share of controversy throughout 2007. Neil Pulling takes a light-hearted look at some of the events of the...

  • Light Rail – the Solution to Inner-City Chaos?

    Tramways are mooted as a cost-effective solution to easing congestion in major metropolitan centres. However, the costs need to come down massively before more progress is made, as Neil Pulling...

  • Deutsche Bahn’s Domestic Rail Challenges

    Germany's rail operations are currently experiencing a number of difficulties, from privatisation to employee unrest. Neil Pulling examines how this is affecting the country's overall economic growth.

  • Beijing Rail Gets Games Boost

    From increased services to reduced pollution, China looks set to benefit from rail improvements made for the Olympics. Howard Johnston reports.

  • Rail Freight Services: On the Right Track

    Rail freight is gaining traction as the world looks to environmentally friendly ways of transporting goods. Neil Pulling looks at the affect this is having on rail freight services around...


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