Parallel Systems has revealed it is contributing to the decarbonisation of freight by building a cleaner, automated rail future.
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Clavister, a leader in European carrier-grade cyber-security solutions for mission-critical applications, has announced an order intake from an Australian railway infrastructure company.
Transport for London (TfL) anticipates for the Elizabeth line to open within the first half of 2022, as it comes to the end of the first phase of trial operations and looks ahead to next stages.
From 21 February 2022, Spanish train operator, Renfe, is to begin operating low-cost, high-speed Avlo services between Madrid and Valencia.
An agreement has been signed between RB Rail AS and an international consortium for the control-command and signalling engineering and works supervision for the Rail Baltica project.
The Siemens Mobility locomotives can be operated with either diesel or electricity, and delivery is expected to begin in 2026.
Virtual reality and real-time monitoring sensors will be built into HS2’s infrastructure to help make Britain’s new high-speed rail network one of the world’s most reliable railways.
A project has been signed to add 17 miles of double-track main line to improve freight and commuter operations in northern Indiana.
Stadler will deliver up to 504 tram-trains to a German-Austrian project consortium, marking the largest ever contract in the company’s history.
Alstom will build Coradia Nordic regional trains for Norske Tog in a contract valued at over €1.8 billion; the most significant rail procurement in Norway’s history.
The pilot project will give Transport for Wales (TfW) customers within the South Wales Metro area the opportunity to purchase selected rail tickets for local journeys in a number of convenience stores.
Work on a four kilometre section of the West Coast Main Line has been completed to prevent tracks from flooding and make future journeys more reliable.
An agreement between Hitachi Rail and Intermodal Telematics (IMT) will see monitoring sensors fitted to rolling stock so rail freight companies can monitor operations in real-time to improve efficiency and safety of services.
A Railway Industry Association (RIA) report has highlighted how Britain's East Coast Digital Programme (ECDP) should lead the way for a national digital signalling programme and other major schemes.
'See Tracks? Think Train!’ has been emblazoned onto one of Amtrak’s P-42 locomotives to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Operation Lifesaver, an organisation dedicated to railroad safety education.