Northern’s programme of digital upgrades has continued with its Class 333 trains becoming the latest to offer an improved experience to customers.
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Network Rail’s Rail Innovation and Development Centre has carried out its first testing of a train retrofitted with European Train Control System equipment.
The interior and exterior refresh work of 27 Coradia trains is part of Transport for Wales' £40 million investment in its current fleet.
In 2022, intercity battery hybrid trains will be trialled on the TransPennine route by both Hitachi Rail and Angel Trains, to further develop railway’s use of this clean technology.
Rail operator Northern are to launch state-of-the-art virtual reality simulation, developed to support and improve passengers with reduced mobility travel access and experiences.
By committing to delivering hydrogen train fleet orders, the UK government can support the ‘build back better’ agenda, as well as skilled jobs, investment and growth.
Go-Ahead's concept carriages, which can be adjusted from ‘commuter mode’ to ‘leisure mode’, have been drawn up to meet the changing needs of UK rail passengers.
Angel Trains has extended its support for the delivery of Scotland’s first hydrogen-powered train by partnering with Arcola Energy and its industry consortium partners on the project.
Under the agreement, Bombardier will fit ETCS equipment and the BOMBARDIER EBI Cab 2000 onboard Automatic Train Protection system to all ELECTROSTAR fleets in the UK.
Angel Trains has announced plans to sell the out-of-service Pacer units, with all resulting proceeds to be donated to charity.
Three Pacers have been removed and returned to owning company Angel Trains, with many more to follow in the coming weeks.
Angel Trains and Chiltern Railways have joined forces with Stratasys and DB ESG to trial the first 3D printed parts ever deployed within an in-service passenger train in the UK.
TransPennine Express (TPE) has officially welcomed the first of its brand new Nova 1 trains following formal acceptance from the Office of Rail and Road.
Angel Trains, ESG Rail and Stratasys have collaborated to work on the UK’s first 3D printing manufacturing solution.
The new fleet for Hull Trains will provide more in terms of customer service, as well as shorter journey times and reduced pollution.