Network Rail are testing and commissioning new signalling equipment on the Northern City Line in April and May, as part of the East Coast Digital Programme.
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MxV Rail chose the new name to reflect the formula of momentum, evoking the company’s dedication to moving the rail industry forward.
With the humanitarian crisis worsening, CER is continuing to work closely with its members to ensure the flow of refugees towards safe havens and help with the supply of aid.
Rail journeys increased to 285 million in Britain over October and December 2021, marking the highest number of passenger journeys since January to March 2020.
Network Rail will invest an extra £2 million into the railway line when it reopens to further improve its resilience after recent storm damage.
Thales will implement the Central Safety System in order to achieve much safer and more sustainable railway traffic network for the Netherlands.
The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) and its members are actively participating in EU-wide humanitarian efforts to support refugees fleeing Ukraine.
Nearly $15 million in grants and loans for five rail freight projects in Wisconsin have been announced by Governor Tony Evers and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
The ARA have released a new report outlining a range of issues that have acted as impediments to rail freight throughout Australia.
Network Rail engineers are working on extensive repairs to the Cambrian line, after devastating flash flooding caused by the storms Dudley, Eunice and Franklin.
Network Rail are enlisting specially trained sniffer dogs to help track down metal thieves who caused major delays on several rail routes.
The Cambridge re-signalling project is part of a £194 million investment of renewal for the signalling systems in the Cambridge area.
The new signalling system represents an increase in safety and reliability for the Humanes-Monfragüe railway section, as well as the quality of sustainable travel between stations.
Network Rail is trialling a tilt metre monitoring system to warn of earth movements, allowing them to better manage risks to passengers.
The construction of a new sea wall, attempting to prevent further damage on the South Devon coastline, is progressing well and having a positive effect on the local community of Dawlish and their railway.