How to make a $100 train ride worth it

How to make a $100 train ride worth it

Railway transportation slideshows how to make the $100 rail trip from one end of the country to the other.Here are the steps to take.1.Find a train ride: In most places, you can find a train.However, sometimes you need to make an extra trip or you have to make it from somewhere that is not within…

When Russia’s oil is gone, Kazakhstan can take its place

When Russia’s oil is gone, Kazakhstan can take its place

Kazakhstan has been forced to step up oil production to try to survive, but there’s a long way to go before the country can take on the threat posed by the Russian oil industry.The country’s president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, has been promising the country would produce 30 billion cubic meters of oil a year by 2020.That’s…

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…

What’s next for railway transport?

What’s next for railway transport?

Transport tracking is a tool used by rail companies to track and report on the number of trains and passenger cars travelling on a particular route.Transport tracking helps the railways identify and reduce emissions of pollutants such as nitrogen oxides, particulate matter, carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds.Tracking pollution and pollution emissions is also crucial…

‘Dangerous’ air pollution from trains and trainsharing in China’s coal-rich Jiangsu province

‘Dangerous’ air pollution from trains and trainsharing in China’s coal-rich Jiangsu province

Railways and train operators in China are increasingly using toxic substances and pollution to boost profits, a new report warns.The report, released today by the International Rail Transport Association (IRTA), said a growing number of operators are using “non-compete clauses” to prevent them from sharing data with regulators. The clauses prohibit operators from disclosing how many…