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The Indian Government recently approved a consortium between Virgin Hyperloop One and DP world to create what could be the world’s first hyperloop network, connecting Pune and Mumbai in less than 35 minutes. What impact could this new project have?
Speaking of India, we speak to Israel-based ticketing specialist Save a Train about a new solution aimed at connecting Indian nationals with European rail networks. With over one million Indians applying for visas in Europe last year, could an increased focus on targeting passengers in the region be a ticket to a successful future?
We also examine plans to expand the metro in Johannesburg, South Africa, ask whether the US rail freight sector could be about to experience a damning box car shortage, and investigate a new noise mapping tool from Baden Württemberg-based software specialist SoundPLAN that could help railways cut emissions.
Joe Baker, editor
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