Editor | Ceri Jones
Group Editor | Susanne Hauner
Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun
Writers | Joe Baker, Ross Davies, Eva Grey
Magazine Designer | Marzia Compassi
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The Central Bi-Oceanic Railway Corridor is a proposed coast-to-coast railroad across South America. Planned to stretch 2,333 miles between the Pacific coast of Peru, through Bolivia and across Brazil to the Atlantic Ocean. We profile this mega project to see what trade benefits it could offer the countries involved and their neighbours.
In the UK, Transport for London is feeling increasing financial pressure and we ask if the company can create enough commercial income to keep afloat or if there’s cause for concern. While in contrast, we talk to professional fare dodgers forming groups in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Ostergotland and Helsinki to learn why they believe public transport should be free and the lengths they go to break the rules.
Also, we look at the best and worst major rail hubs across the world, see the unveiling of the Virgin Azuma – the UK’s most high-tech rolling stock – and round-up the hottest new rail apps competing for commuter attention.
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