Passengers have been promised a 'new beginning in rail travel' as airline-style at-seat food and drink services will be featured on Hull Trains' new fleet.
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The term rolling stock in the rail transportation industry refers to any vehicle that moves along a railway track. Global Railway Review’s coverage of rolling stock includes developments in mainline and high-speed passenger trains, plus rail freight locomotives and heavy-haul wagons.
In this issue we feature articles from industry experts on a vast range of topics including: Russian Railways' digital platform; investments in Sri Lanka’s rail sector; an event preview of Digital Rail Revolution 2019; using modern solutions and innovations to maintain railway tracks; how project SHERPA is helping railways to…
Harsco Rail has secured its first-ever order with Europe’s largest railway infrastructure manager, DB Netz AG, for delivery of infrastructure maintenance machinery.
In line with RegioJet's surge in passenger numbers, the train operator has placed double-decker trains into operation to cope with demand and to increase passenger satisfaction.
The Isle of Wight's railway infrastructure is to be modernised and its old fleet of trains replaced with former London Underground rolling stock in a bid to improve capacity and accessibility.
The joint-venture contract has brought the beginning of construction for the Texas Central high-speed rail line between Houston and Dallas one step closer.
Specifically made for grain, the covered hopper railcar introduces the Tsunami Gate - a state-of-the-art door and hatch system that permits shippers to customise the discharge speed of grain.
The contracts will see an additional 56 molten sulphur tank cars added to the United Wagon Company (UWC) fleet, complete with thermal insulation and heating system facilities.
The First Minister of Scotland has set out plans to reduce Scotland's contribution to climate change through initiatives such as introducing hydrogen-powered trains.
Transport for Wales has accepted the delivery of new rolling stock to provide a high standard of on-board passenger experience and increase capacity.
A recent study has identified the global rolling stock management market is projected to grow from USD 42.8 billion in 2019 to reach USD 58.4 billion by 2025. But what are the key factors driving this growth?
Available in Germany since March 2018, Siemens Mobility's Smartron locomotive has now been ordered by operators in Bulgaria and Romania.