Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR)’s multimillion-pound improvement programme promises returning Great Northern, Thameslink and Southern rail commuters a finer station and travel experience.
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The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) proposes a new code of practice, with the intention to reduce the time it takes for commuter complaints to be responded to by the Rail Ombudsman.
Network Rail and The Central Railway Systems Alliance (CRSA) have completed a successful digitalisation trial for critical rail track renewal processes, paving the way for future deployment with frontline maintenance teams.
Once the acquisition is finalised, Hitachi Rail expects to drive growth by expanding its rail signalling systems business globally, bringing an enhanced turnkey railway offering to new markets around the world.
SIFER, the only French exhibition entirely dedicated to the international railway industry, will be back for a 12th edition on 26-28 October 2021, in Lille Grand Palais.
In news that will bring good news to many commuters, the first algorithm to detect delays automatically on the tracks has been developed.
In a UK first, on-site 3D reinforced concrete printing is set to deliver environmental, cost and community benefits for Britain’s new high-speed rail network.
Sheffield-based Zonegreen has installed its very latest rail safety technology at a depot famed for servicing steam locomotives.
Running for 1.8km and part of Package D on Stage Two of the Etihad Rail network, the tunnel cuts through the Hajar Mountain towards the emirate of Fujairah.
Norfolk Southern’s emissions reduction target has been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and aligns with the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
On behalf of Alpha Trains, Talbot Services has completed the prototype for the upgrade and refurbishment of a total of 35 Alstom Coradia Continental multiple units for Regio-S-Bahn Bremen/Lower Saxony.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has unveiled a range of initiatives to remove barriers and improve confidence for disabled people as they return to trains after the pandemic.
The Fast Light Intercity and Regional Trains (FLIRTs) are being tested in Switzerland before being transferred to South Wales for further tests on the Wales and Borders network.
GB Railfreight (GBRf) has completed two major upgrade projects aimed at improving vital Local Distribution Centres (LDCs) in Eastleigh and Bescot.
Humatics has been awarded a contract by the New York MTA to develop an interoperable Ultra Wideband solution to be used in train control applications.