How to Train for the Summer Olympics

How to Train for the Summer Olympics

Trainers can’t have too many Summer Olympics plans, with Olympic organisers promising “no trains on the roads” as part of their commitment to make the Games safe and accessible.“There will be no trains in public transport, we will work with partners to build a high-quality network and reduce the need for long and costly delays.””The…

How to read the signs of congestion in your city

How to read the signs of congestion in your city

In my new column, I’m exploring the signs and warnings of traffic congestion.And, of course, I want to talk about the most interesting signs of traffic in your cities.What’s the first sign you notice?The first sign that you notice is that people are using the bus or the subway.You’ll notice that even in the biggest…

How to Save the Planet: What’s the Latest?

How to Save the Planet: What’s the Latest?

“The train was a very small part of the journey,” said Ms Ritchie, who said it would be “a shame” if a passenger suffered a head injury.“It’s a shame it took this long,” she added. “Ahead of Christmas, we should be investing in rail so we can get our children on the train and get…

How to get a train ticket, train ticketing and more

How to get a train ticket, train ticketing and more

The UK government is cracking down on the train ticket market after a series of delays and cancellations.The latest move comes as Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin announced that the government is scrapping the “train ticketing rule”, which was introduced by the previous government in the early days of the Brexit negotiations.The Government is expected to…

Which country has the best rail travel?

Which country has the best rail travel?

Rail travel in Bangladesh has become more affordable, and it is not just the cheaper train fares that are attracting travellers.Many of the country’s most famous landmarks, including the iconic Taj Mahal and the Grand Mosque, are now accessible on public transport.Bangladesh has a railway network that stretches for 2,700 kilometres, and many travellers say…