Infrastructure separation: will it work?

Splitting railway infrastructure and operations is seen by politicians and economic gurus around the world as a panacea to problems of road-rail competition, poor cross-border service quality, and many other ills. But will the methods being adopted achieve the desired results? In an exclusive survey for Railway Gazette International, David ...

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