DB Cargo UK have hosted cross industry talks about the future of international rail freight, discussing ways to increase the volume of rail freight through the Channel Tunnel.
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Alstom will partner with SACE to increase its exports in Italy and strengthen its relationship with the Italian supply chain.
ÖBB have announced they are continuing with plans to modernise the axis to strength international rail freight and to achieve climate targets.
Stimio have announced a new monitoring solution for sand levels in silos that will collect data which allows users to predict when a low level is reached.
East Midlands Railway have now completed the first phase of a £2 million upgrade to Eastcroft Depot, with the second phase already underway.
HS2’s design update for Cubbington includes new landscaped slopes and green bridges that will provide habitats and connections for wildlife.
HS1 Ltd will use technology that is able to pin-point and count every person in St Pancras International, improving passenger flows.
Alstom have celebrated 30 years of high-speed rail in Spain, with the first high-speed train travelling on Spanish railway lines back in April 1992.
The RIA have published a new rail innovation strategy that calls for the sector to overcome barriers to innovation ahead of the transition to Great British Railways.
Rail Baltica commissioned Ineco to deliver a study which identified the opportunities to maximise synergies from infrastructure developments along the railway corridor.
Avanti West Coast’s first refurbished Pendolino has re-entered service following a £117 million upgrade which includes more than 2,000 extra Standard Class seats.
The CHSRA have launched the new carbon footprint calculator to show the environmental benefits of travelling by electrified high-speed rail.
The Federal Railroad Administration is asking operators and manufacturers to join their commitment to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Northern have completed a four week-long period of action tackling fare evasion on services between Doncaster and Leeds.
ProRail have cited rising costs as a consequence of the war in Ukraine as one of the main reasons why they have withdrawn the Maaslijn tender.