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The objective of the European Union is to establish a single European railway area in which rail transport will be safe and interoperable. Jakub Tomczak, railway safety and interoperability lawyer, outlines in this article the aspects arising from the technical pillar of the Fourth Railway Package, particularly about the recent…
Eurostar and SNCF trains will be upgraded with Hitachi Rail digital cab signalling technology to enable passengers to more easily travel by train across European borders.
In this video interview taken at InnoTrans 2022, Josef Doppelbauer, Executive Director of the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA), spoke with Global Railway Review about ERA's mission, achievements in rail's digital transformation, the challenges facing rail’s workforce, and what the future of mobility looks like.
At InnoTrans 2022, Global Railway Review Editor, Craig Waters, met with Andreas Haas, Managing Director of the Swissrail Industry Association, to discuss rail’s digital transformation, EDI opportunities within the sector, and how Swiss-made products and solutions can fit the needs of any rail operator.
Rail Baltica have been awarded €350 million by the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency in the first call of the new financial period 2021-2027.
Andrea Giuricin, Transport Economist for University of Milan Bicocca, explores the development of open access competition in high-speed rail throughout Europe and how it has impacted the market.
Pio Guido, Head of Railway Systems Department at the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA), explains why interoperability is a fundamental aspect to increasing competitiveness of railways, and one of the key areas of responsibility for the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA).
The ETCS Level 2 upgrade by Siemens Mobility will ensure the train fleet can operate with a greater degree of efficiency whilst meeting the latest European standards for rail safety interoperability.
The CER, EIM and UNIFE, have all welcomed the European Commission’s proposal for the revision of the trans-European transport network regulation to ensure modal shift to rail can be achieved to reduce transport emissions.
As part of the European Year of Rail, the special 'Connecting Europe Express' train will cross the continent and demonstrate in real time the power of rail to connect people and businesses.