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It has been a busy year for us, and we are proud to announce the relaunch of our digital platforms, http://www.railwaygazette.com and http://www.metro-report.com. This is the culmination of extensive audience research carried out over the last 12 months. We asked our subscribers, e-newsletter recipients, website users and social media followers to tell us what they wanted, and we are keen to show you the results.
You asked us to keep giving you authoritative, insightful and editorially independent content. Yet it is also clear that we must go further in complementing our market-leading print publications by developing ultra-modern digital platforms.
This is a new era for the Railway Gazette Group. As the options for receiving industry news and analysis are ever-increasing, it is critical that publishers understand their audience and build an enduring relationship to provide readers with the information they need. Railway Gazette’s core values remain the same: offering high-quality and accurate industry-focused news and analysis, produced by an expert team of professional journalists who understand the global rail and urban transport sectors.
We have come a long way since 1835, and the journey continues into an increasingly digital future. We look forward to you travelling with us.
Railway Gazette will relaunch in September.
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