Transdev exits Jerusalem light rail plan

Campaigners claim victory but French group says move is strategic

EU ministers back tighter rail security

Officials want more checks on travellers after Paris train attack

Railway security put on EU agenda

New checks suggested after passengers foil gunman

Experts dubious on women-only carriages

Corbyn’s concept branded as a backward and difficult to introduce

Women-only carriages: the global view

FT correspondents give their views on segregated carriages

Terror suspect played jihad tape on train

Movement of Moroccan-born man in Europe renews open-borders debate

Thwarted attack exposes French vulnerability

Motives for Ayoub el-Khazzani’s planned assault remain unclear

Train attack puts spotlight on Schengen

Gunman known to security agencies and moved between Spain and France

Renationalising Britain’s railways would be folly

The state’s grip needs to be further loosened and not tightened up

Rail privatisation has worked

Despite backing for renationalisation, the sell-off has delivered much of what was hoped

Rail fares will rise 1% in January

Capped increase applies to ‘regulated’ tickets only and will add about £24 to average season ticket

Train commuters left ‘out of pocket’

Rail fares have risen three times faster than wages since 2010

Guillaume Pepy, SNCF chief executive

The boss of the national train service is impatient to diversify

Network Rail eyes £1bn property sale

UK group appoints Rothschild to value commercial portfolio

Network Rail fined £2m for upgrade chaos

‘Overly optimistic’ timetabling and poor planning cited

HS2 contracts for £7bn put out to tender

Procurement starts although rail project has yet to gain Royal Assent

Creditors near taking control at Oncor

Restructuring plan would inject up to $7bn of equity into utility

Shortages lead to return of 1960s trains

Old diesel locomotives draw trainspotters to Cumbrian Coast line

Tube workers to strike over night service

Walkout set to start on Wednesday evening

Minister defends crackdown on migrants

Moves to strip families of benefits if asylum requests rejected

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