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From May 2021, Virgin plans to operate customer-focused services which will offer free Wi-Fi and entertainment, a seat guarantee, automatic compensation for delays, and the cheapest fares available.
In an interview with Global Railway Review, Matt Miller, Transportation Industry Principal at OSIsoft, LLC – a leading global supplier of application software for operational data management – explains that the analysis and use of data is the rail sector’s most valuable asset as it moves forward to meet continued…
The ‘open’ nature of stations and trains continually make them targets for terrorist attacks. But with project SHERPA, coordinated by the UIC, key players in the railway sector are coming together and focus on various actions that will help railways cope better with present and future threats.
Having already chosen the HASTUS solution for planning and operations of its Transilien network in the Paris region, SNCF is now deploying GIRO’s software for its national TGV high-speed train network.
With this order, the 360 Francilien train fleet will be the largest rail series in Île-de-France; improving the punctuality of the lines in Paris.
The OMNEO Premium will provide approximately 25 per cent more seating capacity to intercity travellers between Paris and the Hauts-de-France region.
Passengers across Paris will benefit from modern trains with new features focused on increasing passenger comfort and safety.
The Avelia Horizon trains will provide SNCF with more carriage space, more seats for passengers and less required maintenance.
Held in Vienna, Austria, chief executive officers from various European railways are meeting to ensure future employees will be trained to a high standard…
A comparison report of Europe’s high-speed and long-distance train services has been published by Loco2, revealing that SBB, Deutsche Bahn and ÖBB are the top three train operators for passengers belonging to 12 types of audiences, including foodies, business travellers, pet owners, backpackers, families with children and many more...
The rising net and structural debt of its infrastructure division, SNCF Réseau, has hindered what might have been cause for celebration; that of a strong commercial and business performance for the SNCF Group in 2017.