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The rapid spread of coronavirus has caused huge strain on global rail travel, not least in forcing the high-speed rail sector to work differently in response to the crisis, and adapting to new operational guidelines. But what challenges and opportunities lie ahead for high-speed rail?
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Andrea Giuricin, Transport Economist, University of Milan Bicocca
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