Norfolk Southern has rolled out the new TOP21 operating plan, which saw a seamless changeover with minimal impact to customer service and network operations.
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New partnership will allow Trainline customers to travel on all Swiss rail carriers, including cross-border to neighbouring countries.
The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) has released its priorities policy development paper ahead of the 2019 federal election.
Network Rail recorded 619 balloon-related incidents – nearly two a day – across England, Scotland and Wales in the past year.
Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of the Railway Industry Association (RIA), writes that whilst the UK’s economy and its role in the world is clearly under the spotlight, it is heartening that research carried out in 2018 shows the UK railway industry is an even greater economic contributor to the country…
Passengers will benefit from an 80 per cent increase in the number of morning peak seats into Nottingham, Lincoln and St Pancras.
Used by British Rail before the privatisation of the railways, these trains are still in use with other train operating companies widely across the UK.
Transport Scotland called on Network Rail to grow rail freight over the next control period, and so a growth programme has been created.
Arriva entered the emerging Czech rail market in 2013 and currently operates urban rail services in Prague and a long-distance service to Slovakia.
In an interview with Global Railway Review, Matt Miller, Transportation Industry Principal at OSIsoft, LLC – a leading global supplier of application software for operational data management – explains that the analysis and use of data is the rail sector’s most valuable asset as it moves forward to meet continued…
After seeking up-to-date high-speed rail expertise, MTR selects Renfe as its partner for the West Coast Partnership bid.
Arriva has been operating rail services in Denmark for 15 years, with the Jutland contract currently constituting 13 per cent of the Danish rail network. The contract re-award marks the third consecutive time the Danish Ministry of Transport has chosen Arriva to run rail services in Jutland.