The new investments will be focused on developing GB Railfreight's existing facilities and properties in Cambridgeshire, highlighting the company’s commitment to investing in the UK economy.
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Rail Vision Ltd, manufacturer of state-of-the-art systems to improve safety, maintenance and big data services for the train industry, has received its first commercial order from a leading European train operator for the purchase of an Assisted Remote Shunting prototype system.
Engineering works at South Western Railway’s (SWR) flagship £60 million Feltham depot have entered the next major phase ahead of the Class 701 train roll-out.
Sheffield rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is helping the Ardwick depot in Manchester prepare for the first wave of a £500 million fleet of trains, set to replace the much-maligned Pacers.
As part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, Transport for Wales has stepped up is cleaning regime to ensure the safety and well-being of key workers using their trains.
The new ITTC facility will be equipped to perform robust integrated systems testing for new and existing mass rapid transit lines.
Skanska is to rehabilitate and restore Amtrak maintenance facilities for the Next Generation Acela high-speed rail service in Washington, D.C., Boston, and New York, USA.
Zonegreen has completed phase two of equipping Norwich’s Crown Point depot with its latest personnel protection technology.
Following significant investment from Northern, the Allerton and Manchester train depots are now benefiting from increased maintenance capabilities.
Siemens Mobility Limited have released new images showing their vision for a £200 million state-of-the-art rail manufacturing facility in Goole, UK.
The new depot will allow Northern to streamline its maintenance processes, subsequently improving UK rail performance and punctuality.
Ahead of the arrival of its new fleet of trains expected in 2022, VIA Rail Canada has issued Requests for Qualifications to modernise its Montréal and Toronto maintenance centres.
Sheffield-based rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is to supply its flagship technology to Metro operator, Nexus’, £8.4 million training facility being constructed in South Shields, North East England.