In our next issue, we look towards station management as we profile a UK startup helping train stations manage their waste. Though not the most glamorous of operations, waste management can play a crucial role in controlling the environmental impact of a station. We find out how a new system in place at London Victoria and Brighton is helping.
We also profile some new rolling stock, as well look at the new TGV M from Alstom, as well as finding out about the worlds first battery-powered freight train.
The German Green Party has recently unveiled its plans for a trans-European night railway network to connect the continent and diminish the environmental impact of planes. According to the party, the project will also involve linking Scotland’s biggest cities – Glasgow and Edinburgh – to the rest of the continent via London.
In light of this, we dig into the night sprinter’s specifics to find out whether it’ll only be just a dream, or if a climate-friendly and affordable night train network can be achieved by the end of the decade.
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