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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.
This whitepaper explains how artificial intelligence (AI) helps the rail industry accelerate its digital transformation to improve operational efficiency and customer services.
HS2 announces the shortlisted candidates for the Washwood Heath train depot and network control centre, with the contract providing great job opportunities for the community.
State Railway of Thailand (SRT) awards ECM S.p.A. with a contract to administer their sustainable and high-tech Automatic Train Protection (ATP) systems to 70 locomotives.
Eversholt Rail announces £10 million contract that has been awarded to London & South Eastern Railway Limited (LSER), with aims to modify and develop its fleet of 112 Class 375 electric trains.
Major global trends of digitalisation and sustainability increasingly guide the development cycle of component services in rail transport. VR FleetCare’s Vice President of Component Services, Anders Karlsson, and Head of Digital Services, Sami Kalevirta, explain how these trends impact the way that VR FleetCare undertakes the maintenance of rolling stock…
Eversholt's new Swift Express Freight train, which has been converted from a classic Class 321 train, will offer a cost-effective, low carbon solution for rail freight deliveries into city centres.
Based on a new study by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Deutsche Bahn has developed a resilience strategy to protect its network from the impacts of extreme weather and climate change.
Siemens Mobility and ScotRail have extended their Technical Support & Spares Supply Agreement by five years to December 2026.
Following the disruption caused by the discovery of cracks on Hitachi Class 800 and 385 series trains in May 2021, ORR is set to undertake a review of the impact of the incident on safety and passengers.
Packed full of exclusive content, including: the projects transforming rail infrastructure in Croatia and Bulgaria; creating safer, smarter and more climate-friendly rail freight networks; extending the lifecycle of bogies and wheelsets; and a Roundtable on Strengthening Rail's Position in the Logistics Industry.
With oversight from the UK's Office of Rail and Road, Hitachi Rail, train operators and the government have agreed a service recovery plan to safely reintroduce more Class 800 Series and 385 Series trainsets into passenger service after cracks were found on some trains.