During the first day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
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USDOT’s latest funding will be used to make highway-railway crossings safer for Americans – whether they are driving, cycling or walking – across the states of California, Florida, New York and Pennsylvania.
The ninth iteration of the World Rail Market Study has been released, with projections showing the rail market will achieve good long-term growth in the 2025-27 period.
Adina Vălean, the European Commissioner for Transport, and Dr. Volker Wissing, the Federal Transport Minister, led the InnoTrans 2022 opening ceremony.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, explores what made the headlines in the rail industry during week 12 - 16 September 2022.
176 ViRM double deck rail vehicles will be retrofitted with the latest ETCS onboard technology for Dutch Railways.
Alstom have been awarded their first major contract in New Zealand to deliver a fully integrated Traffic Management System for KiwiRail.
ARTC have carried out essential rail maintenance to improve safety and reliability across the main ARTC line between Sydney and Melbourne.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, explores what made the headlines in the rail industry during week 05 September-09 September 2022.
Vecow Co., Ltd. has introduced a brand-new in-vehicle computing workstation - the IVX-1000 - powered by 12th Generation Intel® Core™ i9/i7/i5/i3 Processor.
EBRD has repurposed €98.8 million to give Ukrainian Railways a financial boost to address their urgent liquidity needs.
At InnoTrans 2022, Vecow will showcase their latest high-performance and rugged embedded engines for smart railway solutions.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, explores what made the headlines in the rail industry during week 22-26 August 2022.
Etihad Rail’s new fleet consists of modern EMD® SD70 locomotives and multipurpose wagons capable of transporting all sorts of goods via rail.
The first Western Australian made C-series train from Alstom has completed high-voltage static testing and is now scheduled for dynamic testing.