Britain's Transpennine Route Upgrade rail infrastructure programme has reached a major regulatory milestone with the submission of the Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) for the Huddersfield to Westtown (Dewsbury) section.
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HS2's Oxford Canal Viaduct will take the railway 62.5m across the canal, towpath and a local country lane whilst allowing views across the landscape and the horizon.
The Connecting Europe Express will stop in most European capitals from September 2021 in a celebratory display of rail’s strength as a driving force for sustainable mobility.
Four bidders have been shortlisted for the contract to design, manufacture and maintain HS2's HV power supply systems from London to Crewe.
Invision AI, Thales and Metrolinx are building unique sensing and computing capabilities that provide enhanced situational awareness to existing rail systems and are capable of operating in severe winter conditions.
RIA's campaign will call on the UK government to increase its efforts to decarbonise the UK rail network, including through electrification and hydrogen power, ahead of COP26 in November 2021.
The Global Centre of Rail Excellence in Wales will act as a driver for accelerated rail industry innovation, investment and growth in the UK and internationally.
The partnership between Etihad Rail and the UAE's Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure will ensure robust administrative and evaluation procedures, alongside informed issuances of permits and licenses.
All 21 new carriages are expected to be in operation by summer 2022 and will enhance the capacity of the existing Translink fleet.
With the investment coming from the UK government's Restoring Your Railway Fund, the line between Exeter and Okehampton will be re-opened to passengers all year round, instead of just during the summer.
The report, commissioned by the UK's Transport Secretary immediately after the Stonehaven incident, includes a range of recommendations to further safeguard the UK's railways from extreme weather.
The two contracts will see Siemens Mobility work to improve the overall efficiency and capacity of the rail network in metropolitan Sydney, Australia.
Upon delivery of the contract, passengers travelling along the Brighton Mainline will be able to benefit from uninterrupted internet and mobile connectivity, including in tunnels and cuttings in the railway.
The agreement focuses on four key areas of cooperation and will expand the close relationship between Etihad Rail and the Saudi Railway Company.
HS2 Ltd has revealed that the first of 112,000 Chiltern tunnel wall segments have rolled off the production line ahead of the Tunnel Boring Machine launch.