For the inaugural edition of Global Railway Review’s exclusive Delivering Sustainable Railways feature series, Lucie Anderton, the UIC's Head of Sustainability, talks about the importance of sustainability - not just for the UIC - but for the future of rail as the backbone of sustainable mobility.
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Lucie Anderton, Head of the Sustainability Unit at the UIC, explains the evolving role that train stations play as public spaces, and how these changes can benefit the growing street homelessness issue.
The LOWNOISEPAD project brings together 12 European railway infrastructure companies to find an optimal rail pad for both noise and track quality issues. The results are hoped to play a part in improving the quality of life for those living close to railway networks. Colleagues Pınar Yılmazer and Lucie Anderton…
While most people working in rail do not consider wildlife to be a traditional area of expertise, that perception is changing. There is an increasing understanding of the rapid loss of global biodiversity and increasing understanding of responsibility, obligation and opportunity for railways to help halt the loss. Colleagues Pınar Yılmazer and…
Lucie Anderton, Head of the Sustainability Unit at the UIC, examines the opportunity to fully realise rail’s capability to decarbonise daily mobility, but asks, will we be bold enough to drive this modal shift?