Research by Aston University has suggested three ways that commuting can be made quicker and safer for passengers.
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The ARA has found that national passenger numbers have increased by 5.66 million during the first quarter of 2022.
Rail interiors are constantly being pushed to keep pace with the evolving needs of the passengers travelling on-board. For Global Railway Review, Aisling Norton, 22000 Intercity Railcar - Interior Refurbishment Project Manager at Iarnród Éireann - Irish Rail, details the key aspects encompassing the operator’s recent fleet refurbishment, and tells…
With the coronavirus pandemic exacerbating various challenges for public transit systems, Vinay Kumar Singh, Managing Director of National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC), discusses how the development of India’s first semi-high-speed regional rail network, the RRTS, will be transformative for passengers and economy.
Amtrak, alongside the CTDOT and MassDOT, are restoring the Amtrak Hartford Line Service to meet increasing passenger demand.
ProRail have cited rising costs as a consequence of the war in Ukraine as one of the main reasons why they have withdrawn the Maaslijn tender.
Survey results published by Transport Focus have shown that passengers on Great Northern are the most satisfied in the UK with the cleanliness of their train.
Amtrak has coordinated with PennDOT to add two new weekday trains to the Keystone service from 25 April 2022.
With customers beginning to use rail services again after years of restrictions, Anthony Smith, Chief Executive of Transport Focus, explains why train operators need to focus on offering a reliable, punctuality service for passengers and how this can help rail grow in the years ahead.
Polling commissioned by HS1 Ltd has revealed that people are likely to travel to Europe by train over plane for business, showing that demand for environmentally-friendly travel is on the rise.
ScotRail has launched plans to invest £918,000 on a hospitality recruitment drive as the operator reintroduces its on-board food and drink service.
Although Deutsche Bahn’s performance in 2021 was affected by the pandemic, increasing passenger numbers have resulted in the highest percentage growth in revenue since 2019.
The RIA have welcomed positive statistics from the DfT that show national rail passengers reached 80 per cent of pre pandemic levels on 18 March 2022.