Due to a new investment programme, which includes the reduction of roughly $21 million in unnecessary expenses, Metra will increase its operating budget to $827 million, negating the need to increase fares.
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Historically a lack of investment in digital technology and connectivity, coupled with outdated attitudes from those at the top, has seen the rail industry unable to keep up with modern, digital customer expectations. Global Railway Review speaks to Peter Gough, Managing Partner and Founder of ORM, to discuss the ways…
More than £21,000 has been invested in life-saving defibrillators which can now be found at 21 stations across the Wales and Borders route.
Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn (NEB) has leased four DMUs from Alpha Trains for four years which will provide greater capacities for its commuters, tourists and their bicycles.
Five significant politicians from across Wales have joined with the rail industry by supporting a new Global Centre for Rail Excellence - a new rail testing facility proposed by the Welsh Government in South Wales.
For our next Women Inspiring Rail instalment, Amanda White, former Head of Rail at Transport for Greater Manchester and now an independent rail advisor, discusses how she is fascinated with the complex technical, operational and human factors that keep rail services running - or what she likes to call, 'the…
ScotRail has launched a new WhatsApp service for customers as part of a £4 million investment plan to improve passenger satisfaction.
Following the Asian Development Bank's (ADB) first loan granted to help improve Sri Lanka's railway sector, Johan Georget, ADB's Transport Specialist, discusses the role the bank plays in the development projects they choose to invest in.
New changes have been announced by the UK's Department for Transport (DfT) that will give passengers simpler, cheaper fares thanks to an overhaul of the ticketing process.
In a bid to rejuvenate railway stations and improve passenger experience across the West Midlands, high street retailers and cafes could be offered the chance to set up shops in stations.
Expected to enter service from 2020, the new rolling stock will increase seating capacity and improve accessibility for disabled passengers.