Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, has announced that an independently-led government review will look at whether and how HS2 should proceed.
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The California High-Speed Rail Authority and Kings County Board of Supervisors have announced the signing of three major agreements that will clear the way for substantial progress on California’s high-speed rail programme in Kings County in the Central Valley.
The loan amounts to $160 million which will see Sri Lanka Railways strengthen capacity and resilience ensuring the future of the railway.
Taking over from Virgin, First Trenitalia will run services on the West Coast Main Line, with passengers set to benefit from more seats, extra services, simplified fares and station upgrades.
Dubbed the ‘sugar cube’, the eye-catching building will be the first major structure to be built at Euston for HS2, and will contain a substation, electrical equipment as well as a vent shaft for the Northern line.
The new line is will run between Vaibhavwadi and Kolhapur creating better connection on the west coast on India than ever before.
HDR has been selected to streamline rail operations and bottlenecks at the second-busiest, but also one of the greenest ports in the U.S..
Deemed a 'public infrastructure project' in India, the ultra-fast concept linking central Pune to Mumbai in under 35 minutes is now one step closer to reality.
The planning application from Network Rail proposes a facility which will be able to provide 60 per cent of Britain's annual requirement of railway sleepers.
Following a surge of investment to carry out rail-related projects in Slovenia, Matjaž Kranjc, Director of the country’s rail infrastructure manager, SŽ-Infrastruktura, gives an overview of several important current and future projects that will modernise the Slovenian rail network and ensure it can facilitate growth volumes and keep rail competitive…
Offering passengers an approximate trip time of two hours and 35 minutes, the new direct service on Acela trains will be a strong rival to air travel.
The announcement allows the Authority to move forward with the completion of the environmental reviews for the entire first phase of the high-speed rail programme from San Francisco to the Los Angeles area.