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Railways on track for growth

Moving bulk freight by rail is often a cheaper option than by road due to economies of volume and distance. The attraction of using rail is evident in the number of new rail projects and upgrades underway around the world resulting from continuing steady growth in demand for commodities.
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Rio Tinto has announced that it will run the world’s first automated long-distance heavy-haul rail network, with a US$518M investment in driverless trains.
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