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Track Maintenance & Engineering
13 May 2019 | By Gennady Verkhovykh (Russian Railways)
How does Russian Railways plan for and function when their network is faced with flooding conditions? Gennady Verkhovykh, Deputy General Director and Head of the Central Infrastructure Directorate for Russian Railways explains.
13 May 2019 | By StationOne
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR: StationOne is an initiative by Alstom and is the first online B2B marketplace dedicated to the railway industry, connecting professionals who are dedicated to improving global mobility. StationOne is a simple and fast way to obtain access to a broader choice of products and services, all gathered…
7 May 2019 | By Railtex
On 14-16 May 2019, Birmingham’s NEC will once again play host to Railtex, the industry’s definitive exhibition of railway technology and services.
3 May 2019 | By Global Railway Review
The Central Railroad line in Uruguay has received $500 million for the construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of the line between Montevideo and Paso de Los Toros.
29 April 2019 | By Global Railway Review
New leadership team outlines new plan to put Crossrail project back on track with robust and realistic plan which follows a detailed audit of the programme.
16 April 2019 | By Global Railway Review
The Minnesota investments are part of CN’s 2019 record $2.9 billion capital investment focused on enabling growth from all commodity segments.
10 April 2019 | By Global Railway Review
In this issue we explore level crossing safety, how to meet passenger expectations in an era of seamless mobility, how innovative techniques can deliver safer and more efficient infrastructure, and UK rail experts participate in our Leaders’ Debate to focus on how to overcome challenges to transform the UK rail…
1 April 2019 | By Global Railway Review
The maintenance programme includes the installation of more than 5,000 railroad ties and work on bridges, culverts, signal systems and other track infrastructure.
20 March 2019 | By Global Railway Review
Recent investments in locomotives, capacity, infrastructure and train crews are supporting the safe and efficient movement of goods across Canada.
15 March 2019 | By Global Railway Review
The latest contract award covers work in London North West, London North East and East Midlands routes.
In Switzerland, the technique of ballast compacting has been used for many years following the tamping process in order for the lateral resistance to meet the predefined values; ensuring trains can immediately run at line speed again. In 2014, joint testing between Sersa Maschineller Gleisbau AG (SMG) and MATISA SA…