Modern Railways - February 2017
Long live the loco!
A comprehensive review of hauled passenger workings
A seat for everyone – the double-deck D-DART train.
Could a new concept design solve overcrowding issues?
Past, present and future of Manchester’s main station examined
Londoners turn to public transport
Private transport use in the capital is in decline
The Jubilee Line extension – did we get it right?
The most recent addition to the tube network scrutinised
Nectar – getting to know your customers
How loyalty schemes can be used on the railways
An introduction from the Editorial Assistant
Modern Railways’ editorial view
IMechE capacity report misses the mark; could bi-mode Voyagers solve electrification worries?
Readers comment on topical issues around the railway today
Blood and custard
Our diary column
Rolling stock news
In Business and small ads
Latest happenings in industry
Our monthly look at changes on the national network
Christmas works programme in focus
Between the Lines
A review of inter-city connections between Liverpool and Manchester
Troubled times for transport in Yorkshire?
Stadler to build new Merseyrail fleet; c2c sold to Trenitalia; fire scuppers D train trial; bi-mode Class 319 to be created
HS2 freight policy intervention; biomass wagons for GBRf
Carillion to wire Shotts line; three bidders for Barking Riverside extension
Captain Deltic’s preview of 2017; UK suppliers seek support; uncertainty surrounds IEP introduction
Keith Fender presents a round-up of news from across the Channel