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In the UK, National Rail is trialling new technology that will allow personalised travel information to come through Facebook Messenger, pushing the boundaries of just how personal messaging can get. We find out how close we actually are to devices which can reliably help us beat the crowds.
We also look at another type of alerts, particularly those that take place in case of a rail disaster. We find out some of the most common barriers in the way of a timely rail crisis response, and the most successful solutions on the market.
By profiling the most successful rail regeneration projects, we learn how they can achieve the perfect balance between cost, timeframe, passenger disruption and improved infrastructure.
Finally, we catch up with Noah’s Train, a new climate-minded mobile artwork with a green agenda, as it travels through Europe.
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