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Worldwide, 84 percent of monorails fulfil a transport task in public transport, and thanks to their economic advantages and shorter implementation times, the trend is rising.
248 rail construction projects broke ground in 2022, at a combined cost of over $500bn
This is a slight drop when compared to the number of railway construction projects that commenced in 2021 (276). Although the capital expenditure is slightly down – $579.2bn in 2022 compared to $502.3bn the year prior.
Faster trains, simpler tickets and support for international trips could be on the agenda for Europe’s rail network, under new European Commission proposals revealed on Tuesday.
For most of us, travelling by train is associated with the daily commute – an assortment of bustling underground stations, cramped carriages and steadily hiking prices.
The European Union wants more of us to travel by train. The bloc went as far as to name this year the European Year of Rail, aiming to boost trains’ 7 per cent share of passenger journeys in Europe.