#CrossBorderRail 13 June - 1 August
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.
#CrossBorderRail is now completely funded!
In just 5 days, my crowdfunding effort has been a success. Thank you everyone!
And if there is no train?
I will cross every border in the EU you can cross by train, in that railway lines exist. But in some places even though there are lines there are no trains. That's why I am taking a bike with me - to explore these forgotten connections
Max Wyss – one of the excellent community of Swiss railway nerds on Twitter – messaged me with a suggestion: why not route via Rapperswil to St Gallen on Day 23 of #CrossBorderRail. That would mean taking in part of […]Read More
Before #CrossBorderRail starts in earnest on 13 June, there are two pre-departure events in Berlin – one informal and one formal. It’s not only that Berlin is home, but it’s also the place where many of the people who have […]Read More
This one has been a while in planning, but I am happy I can now announce how the #CrossBorderRail event in Oslo is going to work. The event will be between 13:00 and 15:00 on Friday 17 June in a […]Read More