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The first Western Australian made C-series train from Alstom has completed high-voltage static testing and is now scheduled for dynamic testing.
ORR have announced that they will monitor the safety of Britain’s railways and the ways that passengers are kept informed during the forthcoming strikes.
After starting work in February 2022, Network Rail have now completed a £1.8 million improvement programme on the Mallaig Line.
Hitachi Rail has connected Rio Tinto’s newest mine in Western Australia to the AutoHaul network, the world’s first fully automated heavy-haul rail system.
Operail have reported a loss of €1.6 million in the first half of 2022, a consequence of declining freight volumes due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
A joint declaration signed by 32 rail companies and organisations, including CER, pledging assistance to Ukraine’s railways has been sent to EU leaders.
Northern have started to train their workforce on how to spot vulnerable passengers and how to have the confidence to intervene.
Figures published showing that passenger numbers are close to returning to pre-pandemic levels have been welcomed by the RIA.
PKP PLK S.A have authorised the use of Alstom’s ELS-96-wheel detection system on main railway routes in Poland.
Hitachi Rail will install ATO combined with ETCS on all of Queensland’s New Generation Rollingstock trains to help them operate with increased safety.
Metrolink’s freshly refurbished passenger train cars provide new and improved passenger amenities for a more enjoyable and safer experience.
Network Rail have launched a new taskforce led by independent experts to offer recommendations on how rail can develop its approach to resilience during hot weather.
Network Rail are keeping many services closed as they carry out repair work and safety inspections following the extreme heatwave experienced on Monday and Tuesday.
With an extreme heatwave forecast from 17 July onwards, Network Rail will be using innovative technology to ensure passengers journeys are minimally disrupted.