The First Deputy General Director of Russian Railways has outlined that, upon the lifting of pandemic-related travel restrictions, RZD is prepared for the return of international traffic.
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The technology publishes the level of passengers onboard Hull Trains services in real time in order to help to make socially-distanced travelling easier.
As England steps out of lockdown and begins to return to normality, rail companies across the country are working to ensure passenger and staff safety.
The rail industry continually strives to identify ways to ensure that train users have the best possible experience, and travelling through train stations plays a huge part in this. Although train stations are understandably much quieter at the moment, passengers will eventually return – so, how will train stations adapt…
Following SWR's extension of its lease of the Class 458 fleet, Porterbrook has signed a new contract with Alstom to upgrade the trainsets.
In this issue, we feature articles from leading industry experts on a vast range of topics including: the progress of the Hamburg/Bremen–Hanover rail project and its future opportunities; the value of Rail Freight Corridor ‘Amber’ to the overall network of RFCs; a Roundtable on the Future of Train Stations; and…
CER's new campaign will promote rail as a smarter, more sustainable and more connected means of transport for Europe as part of the European Commission's European Year of Rail.
The Connecting Europe Express will stop in most European capitals from September 2021 in a celebratory display of rail’s strength as a driving force for sustainable mobility.
Christian Marez, Senior Business Development Manager for Transportation and Defense at ADLINK, explores the application of AI-inspired technologies and how they will help create safer, smarter and more passenger-friendly rail networks.
The 'rail-5G' solution offers a unique opportunity to improve connectivity for rail infrastructure and customers, greatly enhancing the customer experience.
All 21 new carriages are expected to be in operation by summer 2022 and will enhance the capacity of the existing Translink fleet.
Jamie Burles looks back on how Greater Anglia ensured safe and reliable journeys for its passengers during 2020, which has continued into 2021, whilst simultaneously continuing its development and sustainability efforts.
With the investment coming from the UK government's Restoring Your Railway Fund, the line between Exeter and Okehampton will be re-opened to passengers all year round, instead of just during the summer.
The report, commissioned by the UK's Transport Secretary immediately after the Stonehaven incident, includes a range of recommendations to further safeguard the UK's railways from extreme weather.
Upon delivery of the contract, passengers travelling along the Brighton Mainline will be able to benefit from uninterrupted internet and mobile connectivity, including in tunnels and cuttings in the railway.