Gennady Verkhovykh, Deputy Managing Director and Head of the Central Directorate Infrastructure of Russian Railways (RZD), explains why the development of digital twins is one of the main priorities for RZD’s digital transformation.
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The latest agreement of a long-standing partnership, will see the innovative mineral hopper cars delivered to the Acron Group in 2022.
Building on a long-standing partnership between the two companies, UWC will supply EuroChem with 2,000 new generation hopper cars by June 2022.
It is hoped that the development of using hydrogen fuel cells for Russia's railways can help to reduce emissions, noise and vibration.
Disability should not be a barrier to rail travel. Dmitry Pegov, Deputy Managing Director of Passenger Services at Russian Railways (RZD), reveals their plans to provide a high level of service to all passengers with reduced mobility at all stages of their journey.
Oleg Valinsky, Deputy Managing Director of Russian Railways, shares details about the railway company’s train driver mobile app and how it helps to interact with locomotive crews.
The First Deputy General Director of Russian Railways has outlined that, upon the lifting of pandemic-related travel restrictions, RZD is prepared for the return of international traffic.
Platon Guryanov, Head of the International Practice within the Legal Department of Russian Railways (RZD), reflects on the impact of moving to online, distanced working over the past year and deliberates whether this is suited to international railway cooperation going forward.
The new research site will focus on testing the interlocking logic software and station configurations developed by LocoTech-Signal on the core operating system of ECM’s HMR9.
According to a recent customer satisfaction survey, passengers have voted Lastochka - the first Russian high-speed electric train - as the best to operate on the country's rail network.
Andrey Akimov, Head of the MCD Directorate of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development of Moscow, discusses how continuing to renew its rolling stock remains MCD’s main priority and that, by the end of 2021, transport operators will receive another 229 new cars in its effort to change…
The cooperation agreement outlines a wide range of railway infrastructure, asset and workforce procedures that must be followed and ensured by both managing companies.
Oleg Belozerov of RZD and Nikolai Shulginov, Russia's Minister of Energy, discussed the supply of electric power for the development of the railways in Eastern Russia.
According to Russian Railways' Deputy General Director and Chief Engineer, after 2025 the operator plans to purchase electric, natural gas and alternative energy locomotives only.
As part of the EU's 'Year of Rail', RZD will support the global trend of the European Green Deal in decarbonising transport.