The partnership between Etihad Rail and the UAE's Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure will ensure robust administrative and evaluation procedures, alongside informed issuances of permits and licenses.
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HS2's Colne Valley Viaduct will span the length of 3.4 km and be supported by 56 piers, and work has now begun to sink the required 292 piles.
Construction of the Rail Baltica station at Riga Airport will begin in May 2021 and will be divided into five stages, with completion expected by December 2025.
BWRR's Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Plan for Economic Opportunity in Maryland will work to provide better opportunities to women and communities of colour.
HS2's Phase 2a will see the beginning of construction of the next phase of the new high-speed railway between Crewe and Birmingham.
Over a three-month period, Network Rail workers will simplify the track layout just outside of King’s Cross station, as well as reopen a railway tunnel which closed in the 1970s, creating two extra tracks in and out of the iconic transport hub.
The UK government has invested in the rail line between Oxford and Cambridge in order to improve the local economy and quality of life.
Siemens will design, install, commission and maintain a high-speed rail network of 1000km, the first of its kind in Egypt.
Upon completion, the railway will redefine logistics and transport in the region, providing a modern, safe, efficient and sustainable mode of transport that will connect all regions of the UAE to its neighbouring GCC countries.
The update from HS2 includes figures regarding recruitment and apprenticeships, sustainability, construction and rail freight.
HS2 Ltd has begun the search for suppliers to provide switches and crossings for the 280km of new high-speed track between London, Birmingham and the connection with the existing west coast mainline at Crewe.
Australia is a vast country, and its freight challenges are unique. The long‑touted solution to long‑haul rail freight in Australia is the 1,700km Inland Rail project, which is now becoming a reality. Richard Wankmuller, Inland Rail’s CEO, provides a project update and outlines the key benefits and opportunities that Inland Rail will…
Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, Michael McCormack, writes how Inland Rail is set to transform the movement of goods around Australia, generating opportunities for regions and the country’s economy, now and well into the future.
The project involved the installation of 1.5 miles of a new, electrified main line third track, enabling Amtrak to eliminate a previous two track bottleneck.
The official opening of the Lund Tramway - connecting the city centre of Lund, Sweden, with a completely new part of the city in the North East - is planned for 13 December 2020.