KfW IPEX-Bank is set to invest nearly €50 million for the expansion of Norwegian railway maintenance facilities and real estate developments.
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Network Rail has awarded contracts worth £800m for the haulage and operations of its engineering trains and seasonal treatment services in Control Period 6.
How does Russian Railways plan for and function when their network is faced with flooding conditions? Gennady Verkhovykh, Deputy General Director and Head of the Central Infrastructure Directorate for Russian Railways explains.
An overhaul of the F40s by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will improve service reliability and extend locomotive service life for 20 years.
Ahead of Global Railway Review’s webinar in association with Alstom, which will explore how to implement efficient railway maintenance through digital solutions, we posed some questions to Christophe Sanguina, Market & Portfolio Director for Alstom Services.
Simon Jarrett, Engineering Assurance and Development Manager for UK train operating company Chiltern Railways, explores the application of robotics in rail maintenance activities and the potential impact they could have on efficiency and capacity.
The Minnesota investments are part of CN’s 2019 record $2.9 billion capital investment focused on enabling growth from all commodity segments.
The maintenance programme includes the installation of more than 5,000 railroad ties and work on bridges, culverts, signal systems and other track infrastructure.
22 March 2019 | By Alstom
IN THIS WEBINAR: Efficient rolling stock maintenance is a key success factor to ensure performance, availability and reliability of service. For years, classic operation and repetitive maintenance activities have been the norm, but today digitalisation and the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) widens the range of possibilities to…
As technologies evolve and develop, the potential applications across the rail industry broaden. Tara Nolan, Global Railway Review’s Junior Editor, spoke to Mathias Vanden Auweele, Project Lead at Infrabel, regarding how this is affecting the management of Belgium’s rail infrastructure.
With rising pressure in rail traffic, Linsinger’s modern, flexible and reliable rail milling technology can be deployed to prolong rail life and reduce service-disrupting interventions.