The United States Department of Transportation have awarded Central Florida a grant of up to $15,875,000 for the project.
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RIA have welcomed the latest rail travel statistics released by the DfT which show passenger numbers approaching their highest levels since March 2020.
Network Rail will begin to lay foundations that will pave the way for the electrification of the Fife Circle by December 2024.
Transport for Wales have reopened a bridge in Cardiff following a £4.3 million programme for restoration and repairs.
RB Rail AS has announced a public procurement for the Rail Baltica energy subsystem design and construction, as part of the largest railway electrification project in Europe.
The Australasian Railway Association are looking forward to working alongside new Minister Catherine King to support the rail industry.
CSX have completed the acquisition of the company six weeks after first receiving regulatory approval for the transaction.
TfW have trialled a new digital service which provides personalised journey information announcements for passengers with hearing loss.
Amtrak have been featured on Forbes magazine’s America’s Best Employer for New Graduates list at a time when the company is offering a range of opportunities.
ÖBB has initiated the first planning steps for the Bludenz-Klosterbogen project in Vorarlberg to increase traffic stability and punctuality.
Three Porterbrook Class 43 Power cars have been retrofitted with the European Train Control System to achieve level 2 testing.
HS2 have reached a major milestone as they begin work on the UK’s longest railway viaduct on the outskirts of London.
The ARA have warned that delays to key rail projects could see NSW lose valuable rail skills as workers seek greater certainty in other states.
Investors in People have assessed Northern to be one of the best performing people organisations in Britain.
RSSB have announced a new quarterly report which will help organisations get a better understanding of their health and wellbeing performance.