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In anticipation of a new report assessing the benefits of greater devolution to local authorities for the country's railway stations, Future Rail spoke to the Urban Transport Group to hear its arguments on the benefits of locally-run stations, and its wider reasoning on the advantages of rail devolution.
In the next issue we also take stock of the world’s most complex metro maps, from Tokyo to London and Paris, and review the most exquisite views Canada has to offer from the carriage windows of the Rocky Mountaineer in a special photo feature.
Finally, as environmental and financial pressures have forced the rail industry to find new solutions, we round up the best efforts to make train engines more efficient, cost-effective and quieter, and ask whether 3D printing technologies are currently effective enough to support the railway sector.
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