The train, which will operate between Vainikkala and Hamina in Finland, will enable VR Transpoint to increase the efficiency of its freight transportation services.
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FirstGroup has become the first transport operator in the UK to commit to setting such an ambitious net zero by 2050 or earlier emissions target.
By upgrading to an advanced Driver Advisory System, Thales will enable CFL to pave the way to automatic train operations.
The SWR Welcome Hosts service and the ‘Cleaner & Cleaner’ poster campaign will support passengers and remind them to protect both themselves and others.
Ahead of the devolved national and regional elections in the UK, the Railway Industry Association has published five manifestos that highlight the ‘key asks’ of the industry.
For a total value of €125 million, Ferrovienord has ordered 20 regional trains for service in the Region of Lombardy, which will be delivered by Alstom from 2023 onwards.
A new survey by Campaign for Better Transport has found that cars will continue to be the preferred mode of transport for around half of UK journeys post-COVID-19.
Metrolink has received $59,000 to fund an outreach campaign to deter suicides on its network through training, public engagement and awareness.
The Siemens Mobility and Škoda Transportation consortium has been awarded the contract to supply 20 Viaggio Comfort nine-car trainsets to Czech Railways.
The First Deputy General Director of Russian Railways has outlined that, upon the lifting of pandemic-related travel restrictions, RZD is prepared for the return of international traffic.
The Eco Bot 50 will support Greater Anglia's team in cleaning large areas, such as concourses and platforms, at Stansted Airport train station.
The technology publishes the level of passengers onboard Hull Trains services in real time in order to help to make socially-distanced travelling easier.
On behalf of four French Regions, SNCF Voyageurs has placed an order with Alstom for the delivery of the first hydrogen trains for France.
As England steps out of lockdown and begins to return to normality, rail companies across the country are working to ensure passenger and staff safety.
Under the new contract, which builds on an existing 10-year relationship, GBRf will provide internal shunting services for Celsa Steel UK, as well as all internal rail movements.