As part of the EU's 'Year of Rail', RZD will support the global trend of the European Green Deal in decarbonising transport.
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When harsh winter weather threatens major disruption to rail services, infrastructure managers and train operating companies must pull together to keep rail networks moving safely. The authors in this In-Depth Focus share the benefits of robust planning strategies and the importance of being prepared to deal with the challenges that…
In this issue, we feature articles from industry experts on a vast range of topics including: Transforming Australia’s freight network; HS2: Continuing to innovate to drive the workforce skills agenda; Making switch machines intelligent plus our 'On-Board Connectivity' and 'Winter Preparedness' In-Depth Focuses.
The supplementary agreement builds upon the January 2019 contract to modernise Serbia's rail infrastructure, with hopes that construction could begin as early as 2022.
Following an increase in freight shipping between Russia and Uzbekistan, the two countries have discussed the potential of better cooperation.
Siemens Mobility's 3D printed attachments offer a hygienic way of opening train doors, with an elbow or lower arm, in order to limit the spread of germs or viruses, like COVID-19.
In an interview for Global Railway Review, Joanna Siemieniuk, Managing Director and President of Dellner Poland, shares her experience about the development of the Central and Eastern Europe railway industry, as well as challenges that are posed to companies by these changes, and describes the Dellner approach as the tool…
Russian Railways' centre will provide support and ensure the coordination of all links in the transportation chain during the fight to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Following recent projects and research into autonomous technology for trains in Russia, Technical Head of Development for Autonomous Trains at Russian Railways, Pavel Popov, explores how feasible an ATO future will be for shunting locomotives and commuter trains.
As a result of the implementation of a major project, Russian Railways has doubled its freight transportation compared to the base year of 2012.
Allegro saw an increase both on the year in its entirety and an increase in travel during December, compared to 2018 figures.
In the presence of the Russian Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev and the Prime Minister of Mongolia, Ukhnagiyn Hurelsukha, an agreement between RZD International LLC and JSC Ulaanbaatar Railway (JSC UBTZ) was signed.
As the industry strives to transport more patrons, Russian Railways has seen an increase of nearly 13 per cent in passenger traffic since the beginning of 2019.
Expected to be operational by 2022, the rail link expansion project at Sheremetyevo Airport will make the passenger journey more seamless.
Russian Railways, the Sinara Group and Siemens Mobility GmbH have signed an agreement for the creation of an engineering centre which will focus on high-speed rolling stock,