The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has launched an Inland Rail Skills Academy aimed at creating opportunities for communities along the alignment across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
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Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, has announced that an independently-led government review will look at whether and how HS2 should proceed.
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 new line is will run between Vaibhavwadi and Kolhapur creating better connection on the west coast on India than ever before.
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.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority has released a new construction video showcasing the progress along the first 119 miles of high-speed rail infrastructure in Central Valley.
The Rail Baltica Joint Venture RB Rail AS has announced a tender for the design and design supervision services of the Rail Baltica main line North and South sections in Latvia.
The Norwegian rail infrastructure manager has awarded Implenia Norge AS and Acciona Construcción the contract to construct a new 10km double-track line linking Sandbukta and Såstad.
The town of Dunkwa-on-Offin has been earmarked by Ghana’s Ministry of Railway Development to become a major new railway hub.
Denmark's new high-speed line will provide passengers with shorter journey times, more travel opportunities and fewer delays and cancellations.
€200 million investment from the EIB will see construction of new tracks, upgrading existing ones to higher speed limits, electrification and implementation of ERTMS between Denmark and Germany as part of the Fehmarn Belt railway
With over 20 years of experience, IDOM has been awarded the contract to design a 48-kilometre section of the new high-speed railway between Tallinn and Rapla.