In its business plan for 2022/2023, South Western Railway (SWR) have set out how it will aim to meet post-pandemic demands while still delivering improvements for passengers.
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Network Rail have started a £30 million investment to reduce congestion on platforms and at ticket gates at London Victoria station.
Caltrain’s first electric trainset has recently undergone clearance testing along the corridor between Santa Clara and Tamien Station.
NS have started a tender for new Sprinters which will be invaluable as passenger growth in the Netherlands is expected to significantly increase over the coming years.
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.
The Government of Canada has announced an investment to help improve the efficiency of rail networks in Regina and southern Saskatchewan.
ÖBB RCG have announced a new TransFER connection from Melnik, Czech Republic to Wilhelmshaven, Germany, offering end-to-end connection every mile of the way.
The first of several new electricity feeder stations is now in place, all as part of a £120 million programme being backed by the Scottish Government.
Eurostar have reported the recovery of business travel in H1 as almost 80 per cent business travellers expect to travel more or the same than in 2019.
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission have announced that, after consideration, the proposed acquisition of One Rail by Aurizon will not be opposed.
ÖBB RCG and A1 have equipped the 11,000th freight wagon with SmartCargo, which offers comprehensive transport information.
RIA have warned that increasing delays to the latest update of the RNEP are causing communication issues and project budget cuts.
With an extreme heatwave forecast from 17 July onwards, Network Rail will be using innovative technology to ensure passengers journeys are minimally disrupted.
Siemens Mobility will deliver 35 Vectron AC locomotives for Reichmuth to lease to SBB Cargo as part of a contract which also includes maintenance for eight years.