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Editor | Eva Grey
Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun
Writers | Joe Baker, Adele Berti, Julian Turner
Magazine Designer | Noemi Balint
Designers | Paulius Zutautas, Kate Cuntapay, Anett Arc, Sara Basto, Marzia Del Gaone, Ashley McPherson, Tyrrell Lowe
Lead Designer | John Hammond
Publisher | Susanne Hauner
Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West
An accessible, reliable public transport network plays a huge part in every community – and last year, the UK’s Department for Transport has recognised the crucial role rail can play to ease isolation and loneliness for many people. We analyse its plan to better integrate communities through rail.
We also profile the world’s first high-speed service dedicated to freight, which will run between the Italian cities of Caserta and Bologna, and look at the use of autonomous drones in mapping out the HS2 route.
Finally, we analyse the interesting relationship between one of the world’s biggest train operators, Transport for London, and the way it draws a huge portion of its income from advertising on the tube, and ask what role upcycling and recycling of different train parts can play in companies’ sustainability plans.
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