Alstom, in partnership with ProRail and Lineas, have demonstrated the highest grade of automation on a shunting locomotive.
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30 miles of electric wires have been installed between Church Fenton and Colton Junction as part of the Transpennine Route Upgrade.
The decision opens up the Great Western Main Line to competition for the first time, with potential for lower fares, improved service quality and innovation for all passengers using the route.
Alstom and Kazakhstan Railways have reaffirmed their cooperation on the renewal of KTZ’s locomotive fleet and agreed to launch an interlocking centre of excellence in Kazakhstan.
Global Railway Review’s Elliot Robinson interviews Simon Scott, Engineering Director at the East West Rail Company, about the East West Rail project – which was publicly endorsed by the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement - and what hopes he has for the project going into 2023.
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.
Network Rail, Newcastle University, the Met Office and MetDesk, have teamed up on a Weather Academy pilot programme which aims to identify ways of delivering safer, more reliable train services in Britain during adverse weather.
An innovative hydrogen fuel cell system developed by Alstom and ENGIE is to be used by Nestlé Waters France for rail freight transport from 2025.
CSX Transportation has selected Michael Baker International to lead programme and construction management for the $3.7 billion Transforming Rail in Virginia project.
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’.
Josh Raglin, Chief Sustainability Officer at Norfolk Southern, details the customer centric strategy that the North American freight railroad are using to further their commitment to sustainability and how this drives value for customers, shareholders and the planet.
ÖBB Rail Cargo Group reveals plans for more rail transportation through the duty-free corridor from the port of Trieste to the Dry Port Villach, and investments in increasing waste transports by rail and new subsidiaries in China and Serbia.