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On 30 October 2018, more than 150 delegates attended RSSB’s Intelligent Power Networks to Decarbonise Rail conference. This was borne out of and inspired by the UK Minister for Transport, Jo Johnson’s decree, back in February 2018, in which he said, “I would like to see us take all diesel-only…
In a continued effort to modernise equipment and improve the experience for its customers, Amtrak is going to the marketplace to explore the availability of rail vehicles to eventually replace the existing Amfleet I.
Today’s budget announcement is welcome news that significant further rail investment – in excess of A$1.5 billion – will be made in the Australian state of Victoria.
Jo Johnson, the UK’s Minister of State for the Department for Transport, has announced plans for every diesel train in Britain to be scrapped by 2040...
After some 15 years in service, 66 Deutsche Bahn (DB) ICE 3 trains are going through a redesign programme to make them fit for the future. For Global Railway Review, Jan Poppendieck, Project Manager at DB, provides more information on this challenging yet important redesign.
As Rail Baltica’s main coordinator and implementer, Baiba Rubesa shares the most up-to-date information regarding this mega project.
On 30 August 2017, regular contributor, Graham Ellis, gave Global Railway Review his report on a recent visit to Lithuania and discussed the Rail Baltica project. Taking inspiration from that visit, Global Railway Review reader, Tony Olsson gives his own report on the country as well as some more information…
With a Transport Summit being called in Leeds for a discussion into transport for the north of England (with both government and business representatives expected to attend), Global Railway Review delves deeper into some of the issues that may be raised.
Bombardier Transportation in Australia has delivered the 200th VLocity diesel multiple unit (DMU) to Public Transport Victoria (PTV) and Victoria's Regional Rail network.
Angel Trains Ltd has delivered the first UK Designated Body (DeBo) certified Class 180 train fitted with the new European Train Control System (ETCS) to Grand Central in readiness for the introduction of the digital signalling system on the East Coast Mainline.
16 May 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review
KfW IPEX-Bank has announced the financing of new diesel multiple units (DMUs) for the regional public transport network in Saxony-Anhalt.