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A report on the tests of Alstom's Coradia iLint trains has found that the hydrogen train is a fully viable alternative to diesel equipment.
Railway Approvals Germany GmbH and DB Systemtechnik GmbH have been recognised as independent certification and inspection bodies.
With the UK rail network set to end franchising, Logistics UK has called for rail freight operations to be safeguarded during the reform.
Stefan Siegler, Vice President Business Excellence and Quality Management at Siemens Mobility, has been re-elected as the Chairman of IRQB for the next two-year term. Ahead of his next term, he looks back at his first term, analyses the current state of affairs and reveals his plans for the future.
The Texas high-speed line has received the Rule of Particular Applicability and the Record of Decision, moving it one step closer to the beginning of construction.
Transfesa Logistics' new route, in partnership with UK supermarket chain Tesco, will begin at Almussafes, Spain, and end at Barking, UK.
Findings of DB Regio's survey also included that public transport is expected to play a key role in delivering traffic and climate change.
As part of its efforts to connect the UK's fragmented rail network and support operators through COVID-19, the UK government has begun the process to end railway franchising.
Working to optimise the East Coast Main Line and and reduce inefficiencies, the second phase of the power supply upgrade is set to begin.
Passengers from three stations in West and East Sussex can now benefit from full length Southern trains thanks to platform extensions.
Colleagues from the Technical Innovation Circle for Rail Freight Transport (TIS), Project Manager, Stefan Hagenlocher, and Spokesman, Jürgen Hüllen, explain the objectives of the TIS towards strengthening the rail freight transport sector by supporting the growth and development of innovative freight wagons and intelligent freight trains.
By installing the driver assistance system on its trains, DB Regio can cut consumption by up to 11.5 million litres of diesel per year.
The hydrogen train will operate along two routes for a 10-week testing period to gain a range of experience with the alternative technology.