The Eco Bot 50 will support Greater Anglia's team in cleaning large areas, such as concourses and platforms, at Stansted Airport train station.
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The technology publishes the level of passengers onboard Hull Trains services in real time in order to help to make socially-distanced travelling easier.
As England steps out of lockdown and begins to return to normality, rail companies across the country are working to ensure passenger and staff safety.
Under the new contract, which builds on an existing 10-year relationship, GBRf will provide internal shunting services for Celsa Steel UK, as well as all internal rail movements.
Following SWR's extension of its lease of the Class 458 fleet, Porterbrook has signed a new contract with Alstom to upgrade the trainsets.
The centre, to be located in Goole, will aim to accelerate the adoption of technology within the rail industry and spotlight decarbonisation.
The £52 million early environmental works contract will see the creation of new woods and wetland along HS2's Phase 2a route.
Britain's Transpennine Route Upgrade rail infrastructure programme has reached a major regulatory milestone with the submission of the Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) for the Huddersfield to Westtown (Dewsbury) section.
HS2's Oxford Canal Viaduct will take the railway 62.5m across the canal, towpath and a local country lane whilst allowing views across the landscape and the horizon.
The Connecting Europe Express will stop in most European capitals from September 2021 in a celebratory display of rail’s strength as a driving force for sustainable mobility.
Four bidders have been shortlisted for the contract to design, manufacture and maintain HS2's HV power supply systems from London to Crewe.
The first 100 trains into HS2’s main compound in Buckinghamshire have now taken the equivalent of 7,500 HGVs off Britain’s roads and cut over 24,000 tonnes of carbon emissions.
Richard Thorp, Engineering Director at High Speed 1 (HS1) Ltd, writes how new technology, particularly artificial intelligence and digitalisation, is driving change in the rail sector as an operational aid to real-time decision making.
The extension of the contract will result in the expansion of GBRf's fleet, the repair capacity at two of its depots and the number of field service engineers.