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Railway Industry Association (RIA)
The Railway Industry Association (RIA) is the voice of the UK rail supply community. RIA helps to grow a sustainable, high-performing, railway supply industry, and to export UK rail expertise and products. RIA has 300+ companies in membership across the whole of railway supply, covering a diverse range of products and services and including both multi-national companies and SMEs.
The new RIA Self-Assessment Tool will ask users a series of questions to determine their innovation readiness.
The RIA Northern Ireland have published a manifesto that sets out four key recommendations for rail, ahead of the country’s assembly elections.
The RIA has called for the DfT to publish the RNEP, which has not been updated in 900 days despite the government committing to annually update it.
The much-anticipated spring edition of Railtex/Infrarail will take place from 10-12 May 2022 at Olympia London, bringing the entire rail supply sector together.
The RIA have welcomed positive statistics from the DfT that show national rail passengers reached 80 per cent of pre pandemic levels on 18 March 2022.
The RIA review looks at the progress of 12 key recommendations made on how the UK can reduce its dependence on diesel-only trains.
The deal for the construction of a 503km high-speed electric railway in Turkey has been welcomed by RIA, who supported the deal by working with ERG International UK.
The five 'tests' set out by RIA will help to ensure that the establishment of the new Great British Railways structure is a success.
The transition will take place on 1 April 2022, with elected members and rail unions invited to take part in a national conversation regarding the future of rail services.
Passengers across the North West of England are one step closer to faster, greener and more reliable train services as the Bill for the next phase of HS2 is handed to Parliament.
A Railway Industry Association (RIA) report has highlighted how Britain's East Coast Digital Programme (ECDP) should lead the way for a national digital signalling programme and other major schemes.
From day one of operations, HS2 trains will be powered by zero carbon energy creating a cleaner, more sustainable travel alternative and supporting the UK’s 2050 climate change goal.
A recent survey released by the Railway Industry Association has revealed that rail professionals feel increasingly confident towards how innovative the rail industry is becoming.