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Dubbed the “Train of Hope”, South Africa’s Phelophepa travels across the continent’s railways to provide care and education to people in remote rural areas. In our next issue, we profile this outstanding service,
We also turn our attention to a pilot project initiated by the Belgian Government, which intends to collect and process data from Eurostar travellers as part of the Passenger Name Record regulation that applies to international flights.
In Japan, we look at how Tokyo is preparing to welcome the world for the 2020 Olympics and also review the history of Moscow’s metro to better understand how the operator has been designing its legendary stations.
Finally, we ask how VR can help design passenger friendly rail stations and investigate the latest holdbacks that have contributed to Crossrail’s lengthy delay.
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