The Rail Safety and Standards Board aims to help Britain’s rail industry to maintain a healthier mode of transport through its Stations Air Quality Monitoring Network programme.
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The new fleet of state-of-the-art express trains for Tobu Railway Co. Ltd. will operate from Tokyo to Nikko and Kinugawa.
Network Rail has installed 8,000 tonnes of ‘rock armour’ on the Hereford and Abergavenny rail line to protect the future of flood-prone borders’ railway and minimise passenger disruption.
Network Rail and English train operator Northern, have invested £134,000 into the roll out of lifesaving defibrillators across railway stations in the North West.
Metro-North Railroad has announced the historic installation and upgrade to the Waterbury Branch’s signalling system including both Positive Train Control and passing sidings.
Etihad Rail has completed the final excavation of all rail tunnels of Package D of Stage Two of the UAE National Rail Network, which will play a key role in the UAE remaining a global transport hub.
The $24 million grant by the U.S. Department of Transportation will be used to advance the California high-speed rail project while enhancing and better connecting the community of Wasco.
The German Design Award recognises the Avelia Horizon train’s fusion of natural aesthetics with very high-speed mobility engineering, whilst delivering exceptional passenger experience.
For the three months leading up to September 2021, rail patronage decreased due to the significant impact Australia’s lockdowns had on passenger activity and ability to travel via rail.
Network Rail’s Rail Operating Centre (ROC) in York has welcomed its newest workstation as part of a £45 million project to upgrade signalling in the Middlesbrough area.
A new poll conducted on behalf of the OneRail Coalition has revealed that Americans’ support for both freight and passenger rail remain strong.
In summer 2022, Robel Bahnbaumaschinen GmbH and their partners will deliver a rail treatment system to Plasser American Corporation (PAC), to meet the maintenance requirements of transit systems.
The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies and the European Transport Workers’ Federation have signed the Women in Rail agreement, which will promote employment of women in the railway industry.
Network Rail has installed 60 new sustainably powered weather stations, to upkeep passenger and freight movement and safety throughout extreme weather events.
Believed to be the furthest civilian drone flight in Britain, the flight marks a huge step forward in terms of how drones can be used to inspect railway infrastructure safely, quickly, and cost-effectively.