RIA Scotland has welcomed announcements by the Scottish Government which commit to rail decarbonisation funding.
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Goldschmidt have been awarded a contract to supply a rail inspection vehicle with combined testing, measuring and analysis technology for the Berlin underground.
Caltrain, Balfour Beatty and PG&E are celebrating a major electrification milestone with the energisation of the second Traction Power Substation.
Network Rail are going to renew track and ballast inside the 170-year-old Dinmore Tunnel to boost reliability.
Deutsche Bahn and the Austrian Federal Railways are expanding their cross-border long-distance services with new connections in day and night traffic as well as the use of new vehicles.
Network Rail have completed reliability upgrades at New Cross Junction, a location which controls the movement of trains in and out of London Bridge station.
HS2’s new high speed trains, which are set to run on the network within 10 years, have been recognised as the most environmentally-friendly in the world.
Network Rail have switched on 116 state of the art digital signals on the railway across parts of south west London and Berkshire as part of a reliability boosting resignalling programme.
HS2 has received Schedule 17 planning approval for an eco-friendly road bridge over the high-speed rail line north-east of Birmingham city centre.
Northern have released before and after images of the £350,000 transformation of its Neville Hill depot in Leeds.
The Railway Industry Association have issued a response to the ORR’s consultation on Network Rail’s Business Plans for 2024-29.
Siemens Mobility will deliver up to 540 single-deck electric multiple-unit trains for Austrian Federal Railways as part of a framework agreement.
Deutsche Bahn have announced that approximately 5,500 young talent are set to start their professional lives at DB with official apprenticeships on 1 September.
The East Coast Digital Programme is one step closer due to recent digital upgrade work between Hertfordshire and Peterborough.
California High-Speed Rail Authority’s Board of Directors have approved the release of a RFG for the United States’ first 220mph electrified high-speed trainsets.