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Argentina has become the latest country to introduce solar-powered trains, complete with panels adorned on their roofs. With other nations such as India and Australia already cashing in on similar projects, we look at the state of solar in October’s issue of Future Rail.
We also hone in on railway workers in two distinct articles: one exploring safety on the railways, after Network Rail introduced a new task force following the deaths of two employees in Wales earlier this year; and the second exploring rail industry jobs that will become either more important in the future, or potentially go out of existence entirely.
We also take a look at French start-up Spacetrain’s new hover train concept, ask Loco2 about the potential of its new split-ticketing technology Pricehack, and map out geopolitically sensitive railways across the globe.
Joe Baker, editor
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