Canadian Pacific Railway Limited has released a ‘Company Superior Proposal,’ according to the Kansas City Southern, with the two companies negotiating to a new partnership.
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One of HS2’s construction sites is trialling a far-reaching fibre optic technology that can detect minute ground subsidence movements in embankments, to prevent landslides and sink holes.
California High-Speed Rail Authority achieves its latest milestone, as its growing Central Valley workforce reaches 6,000 new job opportunities for the local community.
Dr. Robert Bernerstätter, Data Scientist for R&D and Engineering in Diagnostics & Monitoring Technologies for Infrastructure at voestalpine Signaling Austria GmbH, writes of the potential that lies in smart turnouts, to increase availability and, through the use of AI, predict maintenance needs and in turn, reduce costs.
The launch of Egypt's first ever high-speed rail system has moved one step closer, as Siemens Mobility signs a momentous contract worth $3 billion to cover the initial 660km of the 1,800km rail network planned.
Manchester’s railway has received a once in a generation maintenance upgrade of a 21st century signalling system, which aims to improve future journeys for passengers and rail freight.
László Véha, Chief Engineer and Expert of Track Engineering within the Track Maintenance Division of MÁV Zrt., explains the benefits of embracing digitalisation in modernising operations when it comes to rail maintenance.
The Rail Baltica Global Project has released a global market survey to collect feedback from the current and potential contract partners regarding the transition to a full-scale construction phase.
California High-Speed Rail Authority directors have approved the Final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) for the approximately 80-mile Bakersfield to Palmdale project alignment section.
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Cross River Rail’s transformational project achieves its biggest milestone yet, as Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) Else, breaks through a rock wall leading into the underground cavern beneath Roma Street.
Christian Pettauer, CIO at WESTbahn Management GmbH, tells Global Railway Review about the modular maintenance that it believes is the secret to its high fleet availability, and how invaluable, real-time measurements of rolling stock components and tracks from the ‘Fingerprint’ project is key in pinpointing the right maintenance at the…
The North Carolina Ports Authority and 12 other shortline railroads have been awarded a $10.2 million grant fund in support of health, safety and performance improvements.
Network Rail and The Central Railway Systems Alliance (CRSA) have completed a successful digitalisation trial for critical rail track renewal processes, paving the way for future deployment with frontline maintenance teams.
The Canada Infrastructure Bank is to invest in Tshiuetin Rail, alongside the Government of Canada and Government of Quebec.