With coronavirus effectively putting life on pause, now, more than ever, is the time to look ahead. Howard Rosen, Chairman of the Rail Working Group, looks at the role of railways post-pandemic, and the potential for funding from the private sector to see the industry realise its true potential.
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The presidents of ALLRAIL, CER, ERFA, UIP and UIRR have called on the European Commission to introduce new measures to protect the rail industry amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
DB has reported their key figures from the 2019 fiscal year, noting an increase in passenger numbers, record investment in infrastructure, but a decrease in profits.
Key workers from Network Rail have enabled more than 370,000 tonnes of freight to be moved in just one week between west London and Cornwall and into and across Wales to support the economy, the NHS, petrol stations and food shops.
Russian Railways' centre will provide support and ensure the coordination of all links in the transportation chain during the fight to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Due to the continuation of declines in rail freight volumes, Latvian Railways has revised its intentions to implement its planned and ongoing projects.
Vossloh will be responsible for the supply of turnouts and rail fasteners for Phase Two of the new United Arab Emirates railway construction project.
The Managing Director of Network Rail's 'Backbone of Britain' region has pledged to keep vital supplies and key workers moving during the COVID-19 crisis.
Despite the impact COVID-19 is having on the European rail sector, CER has highlighted how the industry is doing its upmost to ensure continued operation.
The United Wagon Company hopper cars will be used by TOAZ for the transportation of mineral fertilisers, with delivery expected by the end of May 2020.
The UIC's 2020 to 2022 Work Programme aims to give a global overview of the key challenges, events and deliverable projects for rail that it will focus on.
Following the approval, multiple transport infrastructure projects will benefit from significant investment, including three rail projects.
After 10 years with the Freight Transport Association (FTA), the business organisation representing the UK’s logistics industry, Chief Executive David Wells reveals his ambitions for the association’s next decade, which he believes will drive even more achievements for its members.
GBRf's new £3 million operational and training facility will house state-of-the-art simulators and a control tower, bringing together a variety of teams under one roof.
Norfolk Southern's new system provides a more robust and cost-effective way to continuously monitor track performance in near real-time.