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Future of Rail In-Depth Focus 2018

5 September 2018 | By

How will Hong Kong’s trains operate in the future? What challenges lie ahead for Spain’s railways? Will hyperloop become a part of our future mobility modes? How must rail adapt to incorporate innovative technical advances. Read on to find out more…

The most modern fleet of high-speed trains in Europe

26 September 2009 | By

The year 2008 was the 160th anniversary of railways in Spain, which is all the more significant because now in the 21st Century, railways have clearly been modernised and this modernisation process will continue in the coming years. In accordance with the Strategic Infrastructures and Transport Planes (PEIT), prepared by…

Talgo: at the forefront of high-speed railway technology

21 July 2009 | By Joe Bloggs

The effect of implementing a high-speed network in Spain has been incredibly positive and it has created a ‘before and an after' effect in the Spanish railway sector. Not long ago, trains were competing against cars, but nowadays trains are in competition with planes and this radical change shows the…

RENFE finds unexpected answers to crowd congestion at Atocha

27 September 2008 | By Manuel Rodríguez Simons, Corporate Director for Civil Protection, Safety and Risk Prevention, RENFE OPERADORA

Sitting at the heart of Madrid’s extensive rail network, Atocha station is the biggest public transport interchange in the Spanish capital. Local rail lines, high-speed intercity services and metro lines from across the city come together here to provide an essential link for commuters, tourists and local residents alike. With…