Ricardo Rail will provide multi-discipline system engineering services and and act as the dedicated ISA team for Seoul's new high-speed commuter network.
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The SEK 280 million contract will include the heavy maintenance, refurbishment, and technical and comfort upgrade of 59 REGINA units until 2024.
The life-saving defibrillators are to be fitted at stations across one of the UK's biggest rail networks, covering London and nine counties.
The programme utilises flexible delineators at railroad crossings and enhanced GPS alerts to dramatically improve railroad safety.
Certifer will work with Virgin Hyperloop One to meet the goal of surpassing the safety of all existing transport systems.
The publication provides an update on railroads' self-reported progress toward fully implementing positive train control systems.
Accidents and numbers of victims has decreased by almost 17 per cent between 2013 and 2018, with a two per cent improvement from 2017, according to UIC.
Newly released figures from Network Rail and the British Transport Police show a 30 per cent increase in alcohol-related incidents on the railway.
The U.S. Secretary of Transportation has announced plans to advance highway-rail grade crossing safety, in-line with the department's commitments.
Mark Wild, Chief Executive of Crossrail Ltd has said the Elizabeth line will now not be fully open before 2021, explaining that further time is needed to complete software development for the signalling and train systems and the safety approvals process.
The implementation of PTC makes Illinois Railway one of the first short line railroads to do so, and contributes to enhancing safety on its trains.
The certification proves that the Wi-Fi system installed on the Heathrow Express is keeping passengers safe from inappropriate content.
Steve Predmore will succeed Ken Hylander in the role of Executive Vice President and Chief Safety Officer for Amtrak in November 2019.
Etihad Rail has approved the award of the systems and integration contract for Stage Two of the UAE’s national railway network at a total cost of AED 1.6 billion.
Following a successful pilot scheme in 2018, 250 more body worn cameras will be rolled out across the Virgin Trains network and will be used by station staff and on-board teams.