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A visit from the President of the Republic of Cuba to Moscow has prompted an additional agreement to be signed to the existing contract.
For Global Railway Review’s first-ever podcast, our Editor, Craig Waters, spoke to Michael Robson, international rail consultant, about the importance of improving network performance and capacity, investments in technology and how digital solutions are impacting rail operations.
ZF is working with Deutsche Bahn AG (DB) to test [email protected], a new advanced condition monitoring system for the rail sector.
The British Safety Council (BSC) has awarded Network Rail’s Infrastructure Projects (IP) Track team a Globe of Honour for sustainability.
As technology continues to progress across many industries, Roger Grossniklaus, Sales and Marketing Director at MATISA Materiel Industriel SA, deliberates if evolution within rail is a revolution or not.
Maximising the benefits of your friction management programme: Selecting the right solution to fit your operational needs
17 October 2019 | By L.B. Foster
This Webinar will explore the benefits of successful friction management programmes and how these can be adapted in order to better integrate into your current operations and ensure maximum up-time.
Florian Auer, Director of Technology & Innovation at Plasser & Theurer explains how the rail industry must continue to adapt and embrace new technologies and describes Plasser & Theurer's part in the digital era.
Rail re-profiling has become a more widely accepted and necessary requirement to significantly extend the lifecycle of the rail. The Austrian company, LINMAG, is a worldwide provider of high-quality rail maintenance services, utilising Linsinger’s well-proven rail milling technology which was successfully introduced to the industry to overcome the limitations and…
Adif, Spain’s rail infrastructure manager, has awarded Talgo a contract worth €39 million to supply a state-of-the-art track laboratory train nick-named ‘Dr. Avril’ to inspect and maintain the country’s high-speed rail network.
Network Rail and its train operating colleagues will be working flat out to cope with the annual blight of ‘leaves on the line’.
Network Rail are set to carry out experiments this autumn to trial new ways of braking designed to reduce delays for passengers caused by ‘leaves on the line’.