The U.S. Transportation Secretary, Elaine L. Chao, has announced $248.5 million in grants that will support railroad infrastructure developments.
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What measures are railway organisations across the globe taking in response to the impact of the recent COVID-19 outbreak? This page will be updated with the latest information.
Zonegreen has completed phase two of equipping Norwich’s Crown Point depot with its latest personnel protection technology.
Norfolk Southern's new system provides a more robust and cost-effective way to continuously monitor track performance in near real-time.
Following the recent outbreak of coronavirus now affecting the UK, the Department for Transport has published new guidance for staff in the transport sector in partnership with Public Health England.
Network Rail – the owner and infrastructure manager of most of the railway network in Great Britain – is upgrading level crossings across Derbyshire and Staffordshire to help reduce delays on the railway.
The removal of its track crossing and installation of a new access ramp and staircase will improve safety and access for passengers using Littleport station.
The Risk Reduction Program will require the largest freight railroads in the U.S. to develop and implement a safety plan that is FRA approved.
The trial will test how effective the use of body cameras is in further improving the safety of Transport for Wales' passengers and staff.
Prepare for a freeze-free winter with the GURU® for water cooled locomotives and the GURU PC® for passenger trains potable water-bearing systems.
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The Chicago area commuter regional rail operator has upgraded to GURU PC® for passenger car freeze protection.
California, New York, Florida, and Texas have been named in a Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) report as having the highest number of fatal railroad trespasser strikes between 2012 and 2017.
Brightline's unique campaign is hoping to reduce the number of suicides by rail, following an increasing number of incidents since 2017.
Following the launch of the initiative at four other major stations in Britain in December 2019, London Liverpool Street is the latest station to offer passengers with hidden disabilities a discreet way to ask for extra help while making their journeys.