Monika Heiming, Executive Director of the EIM, the European Rail Infrastructure Managers association, writes that the question is not if rail can play a crucial role in the future of transportation, but how and explores where the industry is now and what it should strive for.
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The single ITSO smartcard will intergrate 16 previously unconnected paper ticket and smartcard systems, allowing for an easier and smoother journey.
RB Rail AS is planning to nominate a single NoBo provider to assess Rail Baltica's trackside infrastructure according to the requirements set in TSI.
For Global Railway Review’s next Women Inspiring Rail Q&A, Maria Price, Expert/First Officer in the Technical Interoperability Department at the Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail (OTIF) explains how her rail career began and how the industry can be equally exciting for men and women, if preconceptions and mind-sets…
Freight transportation specialist, Canadian Pacific, is keen to support the adoption of blockchain technology across the supply chain.
In this issue we explore level crossing safety, how to meet passenger expectations in an era of seamless mobility, how innovative techniques can deliver safer and more efficient infrastructure, and UK rail experts participate in our Leaders’ Debate to focus on how to overcome challenges to transform the UK rail…
Elisabeth Werner, Director for Land Transport (Rail and Road) at the European Commission’s DG for Mobility and Transport, writes that the industry must act now to utilise rail to tackle congestion, pollution and to ensure efficient, affordable, resilient and competitive mobility in the future...
Union Pacific and freight and passenger railroads will continue working together to safely implement PTC on the remaining 4,000 required route miles.
From the variety of topics discussed and the different experiences shared at Digital Rail Revolution 2018, the opportunities that digitalisation continues to bring to the railway industry are exciting. Global Railway Review Editor, Craig Waters, looks at the key topics that had speakers and delegates deliberating at the UIC’s headquarters…
Deutsche Bahn has ordered a total of 137 ICE 4 trains, all equipped with ETCS, which will operate not only in Germany but across national borders.
With the Trump Administration calling for budget cuts in the rail industry in the U.S., Jim Mathews, President of the National Association of Railroad Passengers, discusses in what ways this will be devastating for the country’s citizens and economy.
Deutsche Bahn AG has awarded Powerlines Germany the contract for the electrification of two sections of the Munich-Lindau extension project.