Issue #1 2017 – Digital version

Posted: 31 January 2017 | | 1 comment

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European Railway Review - Issue 1 2017
  • FOREWORD: Driving forward to the railway system of tomorrow
    Simon Fletcher, Coordinator Europe, UIC
  • TURKEY: Railways – an essential element of transport industry
    Turkish State Railways
  • MENA: Rail developments in Egypt and links with Northern Africa region
    Khaled Abbas, Expert, PTA-RTA
  • EVENT PREVIEW: Middle East Rail 2017
  • FRANCE: Realising railway ambitions
    Jean-Pierre Audoux, Director General, FIF
  • EVENT PREVIEW: Sifer 2017
  • IBERIA: More capacity, higher performance, better information
    Eduardo Borges Pires, Director – Mobility and Clients Department, IP
  • SIGNALLING & TELECOMMUNICATIONS: An introduction to validation challenges
    Salvatore Vetruccio, Assessor – CCS On-Board Department, Italcertifer
  • SUSTAINABILITY: SBB – on track towards energy efficiency 
    Oliver Johner, Head – Energy Saving Programme, SBB
  • REGULATION & LEGALISATION: Deal insight: overcoming competition hurdles in rail franchise awards
    Jeremy Robinson, Partner and Vineet Budhiraja, Associate, Watson Farley & Williams
  • EVENT PREVIEW: RailTech Euope 2017
  • TRACK MAINTENANCE MACHINERY: Current methods and innovations – a UK focus
    Brian Counter, Technical Director, PWI

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