The LuFV III programme will modernise and renew the infrastructure of the current rail network in Germany, including tracks, stations and signalling.
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Advances to rail signalling and train control systems are set to make international rail transport more competitive and attractive. But implementing strategies and understanding the benefits of new digital solutions must be addressed before improvements can be realised.
The ERTMS timetable was extended following discussions within the industry that highlighted the need for environmental investments.
The 82 design contracts have been awarded to a total of 34 suppliers and represents up to £640 million of investment by 2029.
ETCS Basline 3 includes new and updated features that will simplify the deployment of ETCS on-board equipment throughout Europe.
The contract will require Thales to renew the existing signalling on three sections of Infraestruturas de Portugal's network.
Satellite-based technologies will shape the future of European and global railways. While many traditional rail technologies will be gradually phased out, satellite technology opens up new possibilities to facilitate and accelerate the digitalisation of rail – providing scalable solutions for accurate railway positioning, which is essential for safety, as well…
The development of rail traffic management systems are bringing considerable benefits to the railway sector, boosting international freight and passenger transport. Read on to find out how Slovenia and Norway are modernising their networks, an overview of the recent amendment of the CCS TSI, and the challenges related to evolving…
This issue includes articles about Hull Trains’ new hi-tech fleet, establishing a new safety culture for European railways, how HS2 and NPR will be key to upskilling UK plc, the latest infrastructure modernisation projects in Croatia, In-Depth Focus sections on Noise & Vibrations and Rail Traffic Management Systems, plus experts…
Bombardier Transportation speeds up the development process for new trains in German speaking countries with additive manufacturing.
The implementation of PTC makes Illinois Railway one of the first short line railroads to do so, and contributes to enhancing safety on its trains.
The new facility will allow innovative technologies to be tested and integrated without impacting or disrupting the rail network.
The opening of a new simulation centre signals the beginning of preparations to digitalise the entirety of the network operator’s system.