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According to a new study, UK government investment into rail research at the Universities of Leeds and Huddersfield would deliver significant benefits to the North of England's economy.
Diego Galar and Uday Kumar, Professors at Luleå University of Technology, explore how more sophisticated inspection, condition monitoring, analysis and maintenance technologies can facilitate cost effective and efficient rail asset management.
Over past years, worldwide railway operators have been challenged more and more with higher demands. Urbanisation, increasing mobility and higher standards on safety and sustainability have led to a more demanding playing field. At the same time, investments are declining. Mark de Vries, CEO of voestalpine Track Solutions, recognises these…
Over the last five years, Infrabel, the Belgian rail infrastructure manager, has made a strong commitment to the digital transformation of maintenance to further improve the safety and quality of rail transport in Belgium. For Global Railway Review, Annelies Stevens, Manager of Switches, covers the many challenges of this transformation…
The update from HS2 includes figures regarding recruitment and apprenticeships, sustainability, construction and rail freight.
Priya Agrawal, Deputy Chief Signal and Telecom Engineer at Indian Railways, explores how the fourth largest railway network in the world is taking a smart approach in shifting from periodic maintenance to condition-based and predictive maintenance regimes.
With passengers facing a limited five day travel window for Christmas, UK rail companies are working to make travel as smooth and safe as possible.
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.
HS2 Ltd has supported the development of advanced 4D learning technology that enables site teams to identify, record and resolve site hazards as part of a virtual construction sequence.
As part of Network Rail's £2.1 million Great North Rail Project investment, North Yorkshire’s iconic Ribblehead viaduct was 3D scanned and turned into a computer model by surveyors.
The upgrade works will bring much-needed capacity to the West Coast main line and enable the new HS2 terminus to be built.
With the new mobile app, SNCF Réseau’s maintenance teams are alerted and activated in real-time to incidents on the network, with the use of geolocation.
The project aims to tackle one of the rail sector’s biggest challenges: How to pinpoint the accurate location of a moving train.
Surprise scrap dealer site visits by Network Rail and the British Transport Police have taken place in recent weeks across the West Midlands and Warwickshire to ensure dealers are not trading stolen metal.