Irish Rail admits concern over anti-social behaviour on trains

By Digital Desk Staff, BreakingNews.ie; April 23, 2019 Irish Rail has admitted that it is concerned by the rise in…

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Bon voyage: a look at popular train fare concepts around the world

By Adele Berti, Railway Technology; April 18, 2019 From Citymapper’s new, all-inclusive London pass to Germany’s one-day ticket to travel…

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UK: Stagecoach launches Department for Transport legal challenge over rail bid ban

From Business Matters; April 15, 2019 Stagecoach has warned the Department for Transport that its credibility is on the line…

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France: SNCF set to cut car train service between Paris and the south

From The Local France; April 11, 2019 France’s national rail company is set to abolish its car train service between…

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The best European sleeper trains

By Francesca Street, CNN; April 8, 2019 (CNN) — As the train pulls out of the station, you slowly drift…

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From Travel + Leisure: The Best Train Trips to Take Across America

By Claire Trageser, Travel + Leisure; April 7, 2019 There’s a romance to train travel — the leisurely pace of…

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Orlando & Northwestern Railway: Mount Dora Community Soliciting Ideas to Save 100-Year-Old Train Line in Central Florida

By David DeJohn, News Spectrum 13; April 1, 2019 MOUNT DORA, Fla. — Now’s your chance to come up with…

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German rail operator Deutsche Bahn break more records, despite late train blues

From etnewsnow.com; March 28, 2019 Berlin:German state-owned rail operator Deutsche Bahn on Thursday reported record revenues and passenger numbers in…

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The most luxurious train in the world

By Mark Ellwood, AJOT.com; March 28 2019 At Bloomberg Pursuits, we love to travel. And we always want to make…

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Iowa Pacific sued by Warren County, New York

By Thom Randall, The Sun; March 21, 2019 QUEENSBURY | In an effort to collect unpaid revenue and property taxes,…

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Ontario: What’s the future of the Agawa Canyon Tour Train?

By Ian Ross, Northern Ontario Business; March 22, 2019 With the looming expiration of an operating agreement to run the…

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UK: Trains that are just one minute behind schedule will now be classed as late as punctuality standards are set to tighten across rail networks

By James Salmon, Transport Editor, The Daily Mail; March 21, 2019 Trains will soon be classed as late if they…

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India: Despite checks, roosters still transported in passenger coaches

By Jose K. Joseph, Express News Service, The New Indian Express; March 18, 2019 TIRUCHY: With several passengers continuing to transport…

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A Heritage Rum Railway Just Opened in Barbados

By Tanner Garrity, Inside Hook; March 12, 2019 You’ve had enough booze cruises for a lifetime. It’s time to board…

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UK passengers rarely feel they have a relationship with their train company

From Global Railway Review; March 12, 2019 New research published by Transport Focus, to inform the Williams Rail Review, has…

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ANALYSIS: Are train services in rural France set to finally be derailed?

By John Lichfield, The Local France; March 6, 2019 For railways March is always the cruellest month. In March 1963…

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Japan: Sightseeing train turns ‘problem’ Kyoto line into talk of the town

By RYUTARO ABE, Staff Writer, The Asahi Shimbun; March 4, 2019 MIYAZU, Kyoto Prefecture–A railway here once on the verge…

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ScotRail hit with second remedial plan – for failing to keep passengers happy

By Alastair Dalton, The Scotsman; February 8, 2019 ScotRail was today hit with a second remedial plan – for failing…

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Ireland: Cork-Dublin Train Passenger Journeys Highest on record in 2018

By Mary Bermingham, TheCork.ie; February 4, 2019 A total of 3.46 million passenger journeys were recorded on the Dublin/Cork rail…

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Czech Republic’s national railway operator reports highest transport output since 1994

From Global Railway Review; February 4, 2019 České dráhy – the main railway operator in the Czech Republic – has reported that…

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West Virginia’s Huntington railroad society’s closing blamed on Amtrak changes

By Fred Pace, The Herald-Dispatch; February 1, 2019 HUNTINGTON — U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin says Amtrak has created a financial hardship…

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North Carolina Department Of Transportation obtains federal, state grants for locomotive upgrades

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; January 21, 2019 The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) late last week announced a recently…

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Connecticut Cannot Make Amtrak Adopt ‘One Ticket, Any Train’ Policy

By Frankie Graziano, New England Public Radio; January 7, 2019 The state of Connecticut and Amtrak do not have a…

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Czech Republic open-access passenger operator Leo Express records strong growth in 2018

By David Briginshaw, International Railway Journal; December 27, 2018 CZECH Republic open-access passenger operator Leo Express says it carried more…

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Of Note: Herb Kelleher, co-founder of Southwest Airlines, died Thursday at 87

By J. Bruce Richardson, CorridorRail.com; January 4, 2018 Politico Morning Transportation today reports the passing of the legendary Herb Kelleher,…

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