The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development requests for more funding in the Western Balkans railway sector, to tackle the global climate change crisis and to better connectivity.
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Getlink is to inaugurate a new cross-Channel Tunnel unaccompanied rail freight service for all transporters, which will operate 24 hours a day and six days per week.
Airbus CyberSecurity and Alstom have agreed to a new partnership that will provide leading solutions and security of industrial information systems for cyber-security across rail transport.
Russia’s largest manufacturer of freight cars, United Wagon Company, is to supply an order of new generation flat cars for timber transportation to softwood exporter, Vitebsk Sawmill.
Starting in summer 2021, freight trains from across Europe will be able to reach Lithuanian’s Kaunas Intermodal Terminal (KIT) – one of the most important logistics centres for the Rail Baltica project and the North Sea to Baltic Sea transport corridor. Karolis Sankovski, CEO of LTG Infra, explains just what…
Dr. Robert Bernerstätter, Data Scientist for R&D and Engineering in Diagnostics & Monitoring Technologies for Infrastructure at voestalpine Signaling Austria GmbH, writes of the potential that lies in smart turnouts, to increase availability and, through the use of AI, predict maintenance needs and in turn, reduce costs.
Gerald Schinagl, Digital Innovation Manager at ÖBB BCC GmbH and Peter Blauensteiner, Programme Manager of Strategic Capacity Management at ÖBB Personenverkehr AG, write how a predictive, rather than a reactive, approach to delay management could transform rail timetables.
László Véha, Chief Engineer and Expert of Track Engineering within the Track Maintenance Division of MÁV Zrt., explains the benefits of embracing digitalisation in modernising operations when it comes to rail maintenance.
Arriva has launched its first MaaS smart mobility app, ‘glimble’. The app enables passengers to plan, pay and ride with any public transport operator, shared transport, or micro-mobility provider.
Evgeny Charkin, Deputy Managing Director, Digital Transformation and Information Technology, of Russian Railways (RZD) explains how digital technologies are at the heart of the company’s development, increasing efficiency, improving quality of services and aiding contactless interaction.
The Rail Baltica Global Project has released a global market survey to collect feedback from the current and potential contract partners regarding the transition to a full-scale construction phase.
The first hydrogen-powered train in the world, Alstom’s Coradia iLint passenger train is making its debut in Östersund, Sweden, with aims to reduce CO2 emissions and help decarbonise rail transport.
Rosehill Rail has been awarded an eight-year contract with Belgian national railway operator, Infrabel, to accelerate EU growth and its rail industry.
The Moscow Central Circle (MCC), one of Moscow’s most important transport networks, has inaugurated the trial of its first double-decker electric train, running for 15 days until 8 September 2021.