Top 20 projects
After more than 30000km on trains, and 95 borders crossed, the first conclusions of the #CrossBorderRail project were presented 29th August in Berlin - 20 places where change is needed and could be implemented fast!
#CrossBorderRail 13 June - 1 August 2022
Anyone who has ever tried to cross borders within the EU by train has seen the problem: international trains (if they even run!) are often less regular, have worse timetables, and are harder to book than trains in one country. I want to highlight these issues, and show ways to solve them in this project.
It was one of the most surreal experiences of the #CrossBorderRail project: to be the only passenger on an international train for its entire trip. It even made it into my summary video. It happened on Day 1, at the […]Read More
Would you give up planes for these trains? Europe pushes travel that’s climate friendly. Washington Post – 28.10.2022 – Rick Noack, Meg Kelly, Sandra Mehl ““The number of apps or website tabs you need to have open to even find […]Read More
Member of the European Parliament for the Swedish Greens Jakop Dalunde has long been one of the very best EU politicians about railway policy, and I even met him for a short chat about my #CrossBorderRail project right back on […]Read More
Pressemitteilung / Press Release – Präsentation der ersten Schlussfolgerungen des #CrossBorderRail-Projekts – Presentation of the first conclusions of the #CrossBorderRail Project
(English version below – details of the Top20 projects here) Im Sommer 2022 überquerte Jon Worth im Rahmen des Projekts #CrossBorderRail jede Binnengrenze der EU, die man mit dem Zug überqueren kann. 95 Grenzen, mehr als 30000 Zugkilometer, und wo […]Read More