CFL's new maintenance and repair workshop will reduce rolling stock downtime and improve the availability of the wagon and locomotive fleet.
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The train depot in the Northern England city of Leeds will continue to provide maintenance support for Northern, LNER and Cross Country trains.
Progress Rail, a Caterpillar Company, and Norfolk Southern Corporation have collaborated on the first EMD GP34ECO (Tier 4) locomotive designed and built for yard and intermediate operations.
Network Rail has today launched a fleet of several specialist trains, whose job is to remove and wash away leaf debris across the North West rail route this autumn 2021.
HS2 announces the shortlisted candidates for the Washwood Heath train depot and network control centre, with the contract providing great job opportunities for the community.
Transport for Wales (TfW), the not-for-profit organisation established by the Welsh government, has signed a deal with Colas Rail UK to buy Pullman Rail Limited.
Sheffield-based Zonegreen has installed its very latest rail safety technology at a depot famed for servicing steam locomotives.
GB Railfreight (GBRf) has completed two major upgrade projects aimed at improving vital Local Distribution Centres (LDCs) in Eastleigh and Bescot.
Ivan Kršić, President of the Management Board of HŽ Infrastruktura, details the work being carried out to revitalise both passenger and freight rail in the Republic of Croatia and the benefits to be realised in creating a truly pan-European railway infrastructure.
The Kijfhoek marshalling yard will receive automated and digital systems to help optimise yard operations and improve efficiency, reliability and safety.
All 21 new carriages are expected to be in operation by summer 2022 and will enhance the capacity of the existing Translink fleet.
The Washwood Heath site in Birmingham is where HS2’s fleet of state-of-the-art high-speed trains will be serviced and maintained once in operation.
The maintenance teams at DB Cargo UK's Crewe IEMD, Stoke WMD and Toton TMD depots have achieved the ISO 45001 standard after they took the opportunity in 2020 to pursue their aspiration to improve health and safety management.
By connecting two of Europe's largest ports with the most important economic hubs in Germany, DB Cargo can take 70,000 lorries off of the roads.
Knorr-Bremse Switzerland is to integrate Israeli startup Rail Vision's electro-optic obstacle detection systems into SBB Cargo shunting locomotives for extended prototype testing.