Norfolk Southern’s emissions reduction target has been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and aligns with the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
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The Fast Light Intercity and Regional Trains (FLIRTs) are being tested in Switzerland before being transferred to South Wales for further tests on the Wales and Borders network.
Viper Innovations are calling for more UK SME businesses to ‘do their bit’ to combat global warming through carbon offsetting and carbon footprint reduction.
Chiltern Railways has marked 25 years of achievement as a train operator with a celebration event and the launch of HybridFLEX – Britain’s first battery-diesel train.
Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula.
Alstom has begun manufacturing the regional commuter and transit trains for the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut semi-high-speed rail corridor for RRTS Phase 1.
The Canada Infrastructure Bank is to invest in Tshiuetin Rail, alongside the Government of Canada and Government of Quebec.
The European Commission's ‘Fit for 55’ regulatory package will be crucial in the transition to sustainable mobility in Europe.
The innovative ‘double composite’ approach will be used on the Wendover Dean Viaduct, aiming to help HS2 cut its carbon footprint while delivering a lighter, stronger and more elegant structure.
The groundbreaking Transport Decarbonisation Plan includes the aim to create a net zero rail network by 2050.
Developed by Siemens Mobility, the two-car train is to be tested on the Augsburg-Füssen route, among others, beginning in mid-2023.
Deutsche Bahn's mobile filling station will enable the rapid refuelling of hydrogen trains within 15 minutes, paving the way for climate neutrality.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, speaks with Marina Potapidou, Infrastructure Policy Adviser at CER, about why investing in rail infrastructure will contribute to making the European Green Deal a reality.
In total, HS2 will leave behind more than 33 square kilometres of new woodland, wildlife and river habitats along its West Midlands to London route.