British train operating companies estimate that anywhere between 10%-30% of the compensation claims...
British train operating companies estimate that anywhere between 10%-30% of the compensation claims they pay out are fraudulent, leading to millions of pounds of financial losses. To what extent is this issue impacting the industry and how can technology help to simplify the process of identifying fraudulent activity?
In this issue: the impact of Chile's $5bn rail renovation project, air quality at enclosed stations, tackling rail compensation in the UK.
National rail passenger statistics produced by Transport Focus do not fully reflect passengers’ experiences, the Office for Statistics Regulation’s (OSR) latest assessment report revealed last week.
In this issue: a new railroad in North America's Pacific Northwest region, using AI to power train timetables, mapping out crowdfunded rail projects worldwide.
The UK rail industry has pledged to introduce 8,000 new carriages and over 11,300 extra services per week from 2020 as part of a new investment programme launched by the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) last week.
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