Northern managed stations will be utilising a new technology at automated ticket barriers to alert staff about passengers using an incorrect ticket.
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Rail Partners have called for the Government to enable greater train operator freedom as the industry faces a £2 billion shortfall in revenues and further industrial action.
RB Rail AS has announced the new public tender for the master design, detailed technical design, and design supervision services for the construction of the new Rail Baltica line through the Kaunas Urban Node.
CSX Transportation has selected Michael Baker International to lead programme and construction management for the $3.7 billion Transforming Rail in Virginia project.
GB Railfreight are investing in a new state-of-the-art maintenance depot in Peterborough next to the East Coast Main Line.
The Global Centre of Rail Excellence (GCRE) is inviting investors from across the world to take an equity stake in its business and support the next phase of the project’s development.
Norfolk Southern are acquiring assets of the Cincinnati Southern Railway to help eliminate uncertainty around the future control of the line and lease costs.
Hitachi Rail have been awarded a contract worth €867 million to deliver ERTMS digital signalling on Italy’s rail network.
How can a railroad eliminate its carbon emissions while still meeting its commitments to its customers and the larger economy? This question is one that Dr. Kyle Mulligan, Assistant Vice-President, Operations Technology at Canadian Pacific (CP), explains CP sought to answer with its ‘Hydrogen Locomotive Program’.
Hitachi Rail have been awarded a contract called CP04 to increase the efficiency of railway lines in the Philippines.
Webuild will continue its expansion in Romania with the new Lot 4 contract for the upgrading of the Caransebes-Timişoara-Arad railway.
A £13.2 million Network Rail project to stabilise an embankment near Morpeth Station on the East Coast Main Line has been successful.
A research project by the Rail Safety and Standards Board has discovered a way for UK freight train operators to safely haul more goods wagons per train.
The Swedish Transport Administration are working with the Norwegian Railway Directorate to find ways to improve services on the Gothenburg-Oslo route.