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Chiltern Railways has marked 25 years of achievement as a train operator with a celebration event and the launch of HybridFLEX – Britain’s first battery-diesel train.
The passenger electric locomotive has been fully assembled in Kazakhstan and has been successfully commissioned to Kazakhstan Railways (KTZ).
After going live in 2023, the Online Key Management System will then be rolled out across the UK as part of Network Rail’s long-term programme to transform the UK’s rail system.
Engineers working on Britain’s new high-speed railway have begun excavating the first of five shafts that will provide ventilation and emergency access to the 10-mile long tunnels they are digging under the Chiltern hills.
Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula.
The new projects will contribute to improving rail freight automation – a much needed solution for rail freight in Europe.
A survey from Transport Focus has revealed that passengers prefer modern white-on-black information displays rather than the traditional orange-on-black dot matrix boards.
Alstom has begun manufacturing the regional commuter and transit trains for the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut semi-high-speed rail corridor for RRTS Phase 1.
Dubbed ‘The Stegosaurus’ due to its striking profile, the roll-out of the MK2 prototype has now been given the green light and a further 29 wagons will be converted during 2021.
The Canada Infrastructure Bank is to invest in Tshiuetin Rail, alongside the Government of Canada and Government of Quebec.
Alstom has successfully installed and commissioned its SIL 4 signalling Electronic Interlocking System on the Quseia section of the Beni Suef-Assuyt railway line in Egypt.
The European Commission's ‘Fit for 55’ regulatory package will be crucial in the transition to sustainable mobility in Europe.
The innovative ‘double composite’ approach will be used on the Wendover Dean Viaduct, aiming to help HS2 cut its carbon footprint while delivering a lighter, stronger and more elegant structure.
EWR Co has appointed international technical and professional services firm, Jacobs, as its programme partner for the next three years to support the organisation through the next stage of its development.