With an absence in the diaries of the rail industry since 2018, appetite for the thirteenth edition of the world’s leading trade fair for transport technology is thriving, with show organisers revealing that 95 per cent of the trade show’s exhibition area is already occupied.
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ADB have approved the project financing for the South Commuter Railway to help ease road traffic congestion and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
HS2’s ‘green tunnels’ will, when completed, be covered by earth, trees, and shrubs to fit in with the surrounding countryside.
Amtrak have received a grant from the FRA which will allow the company to train over 600 employees in its new apprenticeship programme.
The GBRTT evidence report is an important step in the creation of a meaningful 30-year strategic plan that will set the priorities of the rail industry.
The signalling system at Birmingham New Street has been brought up to 21st century standards thanks to a digital overhaul.
The FRA grant funds are for 46 projects in 32 states and will be vital in modernising rail infrastructure and strengthening supply chains.
The RIA, the Rail Freight Group and the High Speed Rail Group have united in condemning the UK Government’s plans to remove the Golborne Link from HS2.
HS2 stations will be developed using AI to create a stress-free passenger experience of the future as part of a collaborative project led by OpenSpace Group.
Caltrain’s Board of Directors have approved a $179.2 million operating budget and a $90.9 million capital budget for FY2023.
Additional barcode readers have been installed at ticket gates to help make travel easier and quicker for passengers.
Work has started on a new Global Centre of Rail Excellence in South Wales that will transform mining sites into a hub for rolling stock and infrastructure testing.
The testing of new digital signalling on the Northern City Line will reduce delays and enable a more reliable service for passengers.
HS2 has released images of the new maintenance hub which is set to support around 180 jobs in Buckinghamshire.
The United States Department of Transportation have awarded Central Florida a grant of up to $15,875,000 for the project.