Find out what these industry experts think about topics including: the barriers in upgrading and electrifying existing/new rail networks; overcoming the uncertainties of using alternative green traction technologies; and how the rail freight sector plays a part in rail’s decarbonisation efforts.
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Stimio has signed a framework agreement for the remote monitoring of SNCF FRET locomotive starter reservoirs.
With autumn challenges looming, Transport for Wales and Network Rail are utilising the latest technology to prepare for a growing number of storms and bad weather caused by climate change.
New interactive maps will be added to Northern’s website, offering passengers an opportunity to virtually navigate through the rail operator's stations in 3D.
The leading European rolling stock lessor, Alpha Trains, has signed a long-term contract to lease 23 EMU trains to Trans Regio, a subsidiary of the Transdev Group.
A fully automated train, controlled by digital technology, has made its premiere run on the S-Bahn Hamburg network in Germany.
At the unveiling of a new commemorative 21st anniversary design on the fifth and final unit of its Paragon fleet, Hull Trains’ new Managing Director, David Gibson, has vowed to make the operator a ‘beacon’ of East Yorkshire.
The Regensburg/Danube Valley rail network has ordered 23 four-car Mireo trainsets from Siemens Mobility, to be delivered in 2024, for rail operator agilis, a subsidiary of BeNEX GmbH.
The launch of the Amtrak Northeast Regional Route 51 has been announced by Governor Ralph Northam, with the rail expansion set to provide early morning service from Main Street Station.
As part of the East Coast Digital Programme, Govia Thameslink Railway has successfully tested one of its Great Northern Moorgate Class 717 trains using the digital in-cab signalling system ETCS level 2.
Alstom is to provide 25 six-car, state-of-the-art X’trapolis trains for Melbourne’s local rail network, as part of the €300 million contract between Alstom and Victoria’s Department of Transport.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has launched findings produced by the RSSB, identifying that the air quality levels on some diesel-powered trains is 'poorer than desired'.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development requests for more funding in the Western Balkans railway sector, to tackle the global climate change crisis and to better connectivity.
In its interim report, the Office of Rail and Road has reviewed the Hitachi’s Class 800 and 385 series trains, that were impacted by corrosion and cracks caused by stress and fatigue.