ARA has welcomed the wide range of rail funding announcements that were confirmed in the Australian government's 2021-22 Federal Budget.
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The infrastructure of a railway network is an incredibly complex system. Our infrastructure content focuses on a variety of topics including the construction of new rail lines, the maintenance and modernisation of existing lines, projects and developments to ensure infrastructure is safe and efficient, and in-depth looks at the vital components that make up infrastructure including track systems, i.e. switches, crossings, sleepers, ballast, etc.
Following a deal worth up to £570 million, Mace Dragados will work with HS2 Ltd in two stages to build the new Birmingham Curzon Street station.
Chelina Bodhie, Senior Manager for Safety, Health, Environment and Quality at the Gautrain Management Agency, speaks to Global Railway Review about the safety protocols that make the Gautrain Rapid Rail Link the safest transport mode in Gauteng.
Cable performance is paramount to railway safety, so how can you be assured that the cables being used are suitable? Jaya Skandamoorthy, Regional Technical Manager, UK and Europe, at the British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC), explains the importance of independently approved cable products and ongoing surveillance, designed to safeguard…
Below the Brenner Pass, from Innsbruck/Tulfes in Austria to Franzensfeste in Italy, the longest underground railway connection in the world is being built – the 64km-long Brenner Base Tunnel. Here, Tunnel Safety Coordinator, Erwin Reichel, explains the intricacies of ensuring sufficient safety measures are coordinated and implemented for such an…
With the goal of beginning large-scale construction works in 2021, RB Rail AS has begun the first of many public procurements of railway materials and components.
By combining the TransFER Budapest–Brno and Budapest–Köseköy connections, ÖBB RCG will be able to transport goods directly from Turkey to Hungary and the Czech Republic.
Disability should not be a barrier to rail travel. Dmitry Pegov, Deputy Managing Director of Passenger Services at Russian Railways (RZD), reveals their plans to provide a high level of service to all passengers with reduced mobility at all stages of their journey.
CER has released the April 2021 figures for passenger, freight and, for the first time, infrastructure services from its updated 'COVID Impact Tracker'.
For Global Railway Review, Dr Ben Todd, Founder and CEO of Arcola Energy, explains the benefits of hydrogen power on the Scottish rail network and details the potential of re-powering existing rolling stock in order to achieve Scotland’s zero emission targets.
James Nattrass, Network Rail’s Director of Incident Management and Operational Security, reflects on the repercussions of metal theft from the railway – an issue that is, sadly, still prevalent, despite COVID-19 – and the progress that continues to be made in tackling it.
In order to reduce the impact of rail noise on German residents, DB Cargo has implemented a range of measures, including noise protection walls, to achieve its reduction target.
29 April 2021 | By Konux
Join this live webinar with KONUX that will explore a practical example of how some of Europe’s leading rail infrastructure managers are utilising data and machine learning in order to adapt reliability-centred maintenance.
Following the publication of the Sustainable Stations: Best Practice Guide, all station managing companies in the UK have pledged their commitment to making the country's railway stations more sustainable.
28 April 2021 | By Nokia
Join this webinar with Nokia to understand more about private LTE/5G wireless technology and how it can enable railways to be more productive and prepared as digital transformation of the industry continues.