ÖBB have announced that alongside double track expansion of the Pottendorfer line, the Wampersdorf train station will also be rebuilt.
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More than 15,000 freight locomotives in Britain will be fitted with technology that monitors the condition of wheelsets as part of the safety scheme.
ORR have officially given London’s Elizabeth line the green light ahead of it’s opening on 24 May 2022.
Network Rail will join freight operators and the RSSB to tackle delays and safety risks in a boost for the UK’s rail freight sector.
The semi high-speed regional train is designed to run at 180kmph and is expected to decrease travel time between Delhi-Meerut by 40 per cent.
ORR will increase the scrutiny of Network Rail’s work on behalf of passengers and taxpayers, as the UK recovers from financial impact of the pandemic.
The Rail Social Value Tool was co-funded by Network Rail and helps to measures the social value of rail investments and infrastructure projects.
Transport for London have confirmed the opening date of the Elizabeth line, pending safety approvals, which will transform travel across the capital.
The ARA have welcomed the Victorian Budget which delivers significant funding to address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the rail network.
Renfe are installing a total of 668 defibrillators to save lives in situations where a passenger needs early care in the event of a cardiorespiratory arrest.
East Midlands Railway have now completed the first phase of a £2 million upgrade to Eastcroft Depot, with the second phase already underway.
ProRail have cited rising costs as a consequence of the war in Ukraine as one of the main reasons why they have withdrawn the Maaslijn tender.
HS1 have completed the first 5G-enabled augmented reality digital twin trial on UK railways, showing how the technology can reduce emissions and cut delays.
Vital Human Resources, along with Network Rail, have seen their Suicide Prevention Patrollers complete their 100th life-saving intervention.
The NJ TRANSIT Board have approved two major contracts, advancing projects to restore rail service to Sussex County and create a safe haven for rail cars in severe weather events.