As commuters begin to consider the environmental impacts of their travel more, Jeremy Long, CEO of European Business for the MTR Corporation, discusses how the rail industry can build on its current strengths to become the travel mode of choice for more passengers.
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Metro Trains Melbourne hosted the experts from MTR Elizabeth Line and MTR Nordic Group to share expertise, gain insights and experiences into passenger experience initiatives across their respective countries.
The days of paper rail tickets being used in Britain could be numbered as more passengers than ever before are opting for smart tickets.
The railways across the Nordic region are already some of the world’s most efficient and forward-thinking networks. But with increased passenger and freight demand, plus industry requirements to be more sustainable, the region’s railways must continue to invest and adapt to safeguard its future. This Leaders’ Debate gives key industry…
FS Italiane has shown strong growth in the first half of 2019, reporting a 2.2 percent rise in its operating revenues to a total of €5.98 billion.
Plans announced by Transport for Wales (TfW) will ensure space for up to 6,500 more commuters a week from December 2019, plus the introduction of additional trains across the Wales and Borders rail network.
A technical analysis by Midlands Connect has revealed for the first time that HS2 would free up enough space on Britain’s existing railway network to improve rail services for 73 stations across the country.
In a first of its kind for England, the West Midlands Grand Rail Collaboration (GRC) has been established to ensure a close working relationship across the rail industry to coordinate improvements which will ultimately enhance passenger satisfaction.
With over 100 million passenger journeys in a decade and 48 million miles travelled collectively, Southeastern celebrates 10 years of high-speed train service.
Over 350 Arriva Rail London employees will complete a training course to improve the travelling experience of passengers on the London Overground who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Passengers have been promised a 'new beginning in rail travel' as airline-style at-seat food and drink services will be featured on Hull Trains' new fleet.