01 Mar 2016

What Long-Distance Trains Teach Us About Public Space In America

“What people don’t like about the train is the time lapse. People don’t have time

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06 Feb 2016

The Best Way To Map Cities We People Can Truly Understand

A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we’ve come across in the

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16 Dec 2015

Want To Build Better Cities? Get Involved In Rail Projects

Our cities are slowing down. Traffic speeds have slowed in the world’s cities for 30

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08 Dec 2015

Why In London, Beautiful Journeys Begin With Beautiful Trains

Air-conditioned walk-through carriages, with capacity for 1,500 customers, Wi-Fi and 4G Lightweight and energy efficient

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31 Aug 2015

Train Buffs Will Love This Atlas of Railway Photography

The map, created by a self-professed rail geek, plots geotagged train-related Flickr images. Nick Benson

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19 Jun 2015

How Transit Mismanagement Drives Poverty

Trains of the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) are “five times more deadly” than those in

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06 May 2015

A Beautiful Vision Of An American High-Speed Rail Map

Imagine if the entire country [USA] was linked by 220-mile-per-hour trains. That’s what this map

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24 Apr 2015

A Germaphobe’s Guide To Buying A Metrocard

As a student of cities and a lover of urban systems, my mild germaphobia often

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09 Apr 2015

15 Cities You Should Visit By Train

It has long been one of the more intriguing – and budget-conscious – ways to

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18 Mar 2015

What Your Nearest Transit Station Says About Your Income

New visualisations map household income by rail stops in Chicago, Portland, Atlanta and D.C. A

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14 Feb 2015

What Old Transit Maps Can Teach Us About A City’s Future

An analysis of once-rejected, later-constructed routes in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Houston. Houston, Atlanta, and

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