HS2 Ltd has announced the shortlist of bidders for the £370 million contract to build the environmentally-friendly Interchange Station, based at the heart of the UK’s new high-speed rail network in Solihull.
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For Global Railway Review, Dr Ben Todd, Founder and CEO of Arcola Energy, explains the benefits of hydrogen power on the Scottish rail network and details the potential of re-powering existing rolling stock in order to achieve Scotland’s zero emission targets.
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By working on the development of Scotland's first hydrogen train, Arcola Energy and the consortium will support the country's target to achieve net-zero emissions by 2035.
Arup, the design and engineering consultancy, likes to approach digital innovation with a holistic perspective, adapting what it has learned in one context and reusing it in another. Global Railway Review spoke with their Global Rail Leader, TC Chew, and Global Digital Services Leader, Will Cavendish, to understand how they…
HS2 Minister, Andrew Stephenson MP has launched a major social legacy programme to be delivered by HS2 London contractors SCS called 'Empowering Communities', intended to benefit communities along the final part of the HS2 route into London.
Arup's responsibilities will help to inform specific design solutions for hydrogen-powered trains, factoring in safety and operation risks.
‘Tomorrow’s Living Station’ report considers the future of UK train stations and how they will have to change in order to meet customer desires.
The company creating a new direct rail connection between Oxford and Cambridge has made its first major strategic award by appointing an Arup-led consortium to support the early works of project.
The latest contract award covers work in London North West, London North East and East Midlands routes.
These stations will be catalysts for regeneration, creating jobs and opportunities for local people and economic benefits for Birmingham and the Midlands.
Contracts for the removal of a dozen level crossings in Melbourne's north, west and south-east have been signed, worth more than a billion dollars combined.