Alstom, in partnership with ProRail and Lineas, have demonstrated the highest grade of automation on a shunting locomotive.
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Network Rail has teamed up with Bristol Sight Loss Council (BSLC) to launch a first-of-its-kind audio guide for Bristol Temple Meads station, to assist blind and partially sighted people.
30 miles of electric wires have been installed between Church Fenton and Colton Junction as part of the Transpennine Route Upgrade.
Northern managed stations will be utilising a new technology at automated ticket barriers to alert staff about passengers using an incorrect ticket.
In 2023, the ‘Roadmaps for AI Integration in the Rail Sector’ project (‘RAILS’) – a first of its kind project addressing AI in railways from a broad perspective – will come to its end. For Global Railway Review, this article provides an outlook of the project and what it means…
ORR have decided to use railway track capacity between Wrexham and Bidston for TfWRL and GBRf following an independent review.
Alstom and Kazakhstan Railways have reaffirmed their cooperation on the renewal of KTZ’s locomotive fleet and agreed to launch an interlocking centre of excellence in Kazakhstan.
Global Railway Review’s Elliot Robinson interviews Simon Scott, Engineering Director at the East West Rail Company, about the East West Rail project – which was publicly endorsed by the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement - and what hopes he has for the project going into 2023.
Rail Partners have called for the Government to enable greater train operator freedom as the industry faces a £2 billion shortfall in revenues and further industrial action.
Daniel Edwards has been appointed as the new Business Lead and Director for Heathrow Express.
Eurostar and SNCF trains will be upgraded with Hitachi Rail digital cab signalling technology to enable passengers to more easily travel by train across European borders.
At InnoTrans 2022, Michael Thulin, Member of the Board, SWERIG and Björn Asplund, Chairman, Swedtrain, sat with Craig Waters, Editor, Global Railway Review, to discuss what the future holds for rail in Sweden and the potential that digital transformation offers.
Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) has signed contracts for the design of the 140km line which will reduce the travel time between Warsaw and Łódź to around 45 minutes.
Stadler has awarded Westermo a contract to provide networking solutions for a new fleet of trains for Swiss Federal Railways (SBB).