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In our June issue, we profile an eagerly-awaited project, namely Texas’ upcoming high-speed rail, which will mark the debut of high-speed services on US soil.
On the other side of the world, Italy is divided over a fraught high-speed project of its own, the Turin-Lyon railway, which has sparked civil unrest and passionate political promises on both sides of the argument.
We also talk to the Association of British Commuters, which on this year’s International Women’s Day staged a protest against driver-only trains, arguing that the safety of women and vulnerable passengers is put at risk once the guard is removed from the carriages.
Finally, we take out five key takeaways from the EU’s digitalisation report and look at the four winners of Network Rail’s Automated Infrastructure Design competition.
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