The Global Centre of Rail Excellence has become the latest organisation to sign the EDI Charter, which recently passed over 200 signatories.
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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 Great British Railways Transition Team has become the 200th signatory of the Rail Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Charter.
At InnoTrans 2022, Global Railway Review’s Editor, Craig Waters, met with the Railway Industry Association’s (RIA) Chief Executive, Darren Caplan, and Technical Director, David Clarke, to discuss the priorities for UK rail project delivery, the positives in digital transformation, the RailDecarb21 Campaign success, and moving forward with EDI in the…
New analysis commissioned by the RIA has shown that reducing travel times by train would support thousands of new jobs across the UK.
On 7 and 8 November 2022, Global Railway Review will host our Digital Rail event; this year taking place in-person at London’s Twickenham Stadium. Industry experts and supporters of rail’s digital transformation – from the likes of Network Rail, SNCF Réseau, SBB, Green Cargo and the UIC – will all…
On the eve of the new Transport Secretary’s speech at the 2022 Conservative Party Conference, the RIA has called for the UK Government to provide more certainty to the rail industry.
During the third day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
At InnoTrans 2022, over 120 rail supply companies from across the UK gathered to promote the UK’s global rail offer.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan has been appointed as the new UK Secretary of State for Transport, and the rail industry has reacted to the news.
The RIA have set out a six-point plan for the future of rail, which it is urging the new Prime Minister to adopt.
RIA welcomes the 20-month funding settlement will enable TfL to complete a number of major projects, but urges that there still needs to be a multi-year deal.