Under pressure of consumer complaints, Covid troubles and other financial woes, Britain takes a new look at restoring British Rail.
For a limited time, two can ride for the price of one between Boston and Washington, including Acela
The return of overnight sleepers in Europe continues, with Switzerland and Austria cooperating on new Swiss routes.
Stephanie returns to her roots with a nostalgic weekend in her home town, Scranton, Pennsylvania
Only three years after ditching its last sleeper-train services, France's SNCF is planning to join the European revival of overnight services.
Amtrak's Northeast routes are becoming friendlier for travelers who want to take their bikes along.
A twelve-trip free railpass to get tourism back on track is a big hit in Belgium
Swiss Air turns to trains to move its passengers between its international hub at Zurich and regional airports.
At long last, non-stop train service in both directions between London and the Netherlands.
A deal to brand Florida and California high-speed rail service with the Virgin name has fallen through.
In South Africa's Kruger National Park, a retired sleeper train has become a permanent hotel—parked on a bridge!
A plan to encourage more biking by allowing passengers to take their bikes on trains for free has led to crowded cars and blocked doors. Help is on the way...
Jonathan L visits the New York's oldest operating railroad station.
The Olympics are delayed to next year, but the new bullet train designed for it has gone into service as the world's fastest.
An unusual partnership between grape farmers and Japan Railways gives Shiojiri a most unusual station.