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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.


Events and meetups are happening at plenty of the stops along my route, and after the project concludes - find out more about these, and come along and say hello!



Mapping all of Europe’s #CrossBorderRail lines

In the summer of 2022 I crossed all of the internal borders of the European Union (and Switzerland, Norway and Liechtenstein) you can cross by train. That ended up with 95 borders crossed (you can find all the routes I […]

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Autumn press coverage of the #CrossBorderRail project

Guest on #RailNatter with Gareth Dennis – 4 Jan 2023   Han har krydset alle EU’s grænser i tog i 2022. Nu er han mest af alt bare sur Information – 3 Jan 2023 – Mathias Sonne Aktivisten Jon Worth […]

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Mons-Aulnoye – Belgium and France close a cross border passenger railway line

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 […]

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Event in Berlin with Jakop Dalunde MEP – 17:00-19:30, Saturday 3rd September

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 […]

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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 […]

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