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Issue #3 2018 – Digital version

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In this issue: Infrabel’s commitment to delivering a smarter and safer railway, VIA Rail Canada’s fleet renewal programme and modernisation strategy, and a UK debate from industry experts.

Global Railway Review issue 3 2018 magazine

Included in this month’s edition:

  • LEADER’S SERIES: High-speed rail: Now it’s America’s turn
    Andy Kunz, President & CEO, US High Speed Rail Association (USHSR)
  • DIGITALISATION: Infrabel’s commitment to a smarter railway
    Luc Vansteenkiste, Director-General Asset Management, Infrabel
  • INFRASTRUCTURE: Building a case for cost reductions in the electrification of UK infrastructure
    Noel Dolphin, Director, Furrer+Frey
  • INFRASTRUCTURE: Koralm Tunnel: The first breakthrough is imminent
    ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Rolling Stock Developments
  • SUSTAINABILITY: SBB’s integrated approach for improving energy efficiency
    Oliver Johner, Head – Energy Saving Programme and Rudolf Büchi, Head of Operations and a Member of the Infrastructure Management Board, SBB AG
  • REGIONAL DEBATE: UK
    Q&A with participants from Network Rail, Rail Delivery Group (RDG), Office of Rail and Road (ORR), SilverRail and Colas Rail Ltd
  • THE PASSENGER: Rail and tech collaboration is key for growing the international market
    Daniel Beutler, General Manager, Trainline International
  • IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Level Crossing Safety

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