Union Pacific Railroad has announced it will be the primary intermodal rail transportation provider in the western U.S. for Schneider, effective January 2023.
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Canadian Pacific has ranked 34th overall on the Corporate Knights Global 100 Index, and was the top performing freight transportation company evaluated globally.
The interior and exterior refresh work of 27 Coradia trains is part of Transport for Wales' £40 million investment in its current fleet.
Passengers across the North West of England are one step closer to faster, greener and more reliable train services as the Bill for the next phase of HS2 is handed to Parliament.
Quieter train journeys are set to become the norm after the UK government has announced it will identify and remove repetitive and unnecessary on-board announcements on trains in England.
Approval has been given on the Final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement for the Burbank to Los Angeles high-speed rail project section.
A new report has highlighted that modal shift matters to transport decarbonisation, with HS2 at the very core of the UK being able to achieve net zero by 2050.
Brightline has entered a critical step towards the completion of its intercity rail system connecting Miami and Orlando, with the launch of test trains running between West Palm Beach and Cocoa.
Transport for London (TfL) anticipates for the Elizabeth line to open within the first half of 2022, as it comes to the end of the first phase of trial operations and looks ahead to next stages.
From 21 February 2022, Spanish train operator, Renfe, is to begin operating low-cost, high-speed Avlo services between Madrid and Valencia.
An agreement has been signed between RB Rail AS and an international consortium for the control-command and signalling engineering and works supervision for the Rail Baltica project.
The Siemens Mobility locomotives can be operated with either diesel or electricity, and delivery is expected to begin in 2026.
Virtual reality and real-time monitoring sensors will be built into HS2’s infrastructure to help make Britain’s new high-speed rail network one of the world’s most reliable railways.
A project has been signed to add 17 miles of double-track main line to improve freight and commuter operations in northern Indiana.