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In our July issue, we analyse a new proposal, backed by the Trump Administration, under which liquefied natural gas could be carried on US freight trains like other cryogenic liquids. Could this prove beneficial, or could it lead to a network of death traps on wheels?
Staying in the US, we speak to the Commuter Rail Coalition, the self-ascribed ‘voice of US commuter railroads’, to find out more about its long-term goals, and explore a new generation of AI and IoT-powered technologies for predictive maintenance.
Across the pond, we explore whether a transfer of rail ownership from Network Rail to TfL will lead to a ‘metro-style’ service in South London, UK, and ask why more and more Swedish people are opting for long-distance rail in the midst of an emerging ‘Flight-shame’ trend.
Rounding things up, we take a peek at the New Caledonian Sleeper carriages trundling between London and Glasgow, explore whether the introduction of 5G could create cybersecurity issues in Shanghai, and ask what freight wagons might look like in the future.
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