DB Netz have ordered innovative high-speed grinding activity to be carried out across 12,000km of its rail tracks during 2023.
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In this interview for Global Railway Review, Richard Stock, Global Head of Rail Solutions from Plasser American, discusses how advanced rail milling technology can help to significantly extend the rail life.
HATI (Human Assistance Track Intelligence) is the latest addition to the MATISA embedded technology family. It is the evolution of a system already installed on the roller trailers of the B 66 UC-D compaction trailers, with the addition of new features. A prototype was installed on the B 45 UE delivered…
Graeme Newton, CEO of the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority, discusses how work is progressing on the mega project and why it will transform travel in Australia’s third largest city.
In summer 2022, Robel Bahnbaumaschinen GmbH and their partners will deliver a rail treatment system to Plasser American Corporation (PAC), to meet the maintenance requirements of transit systems.
NJ TRANSIT has begun utilising two AquaTrack machines to clean and remove leaves from the rails throughout the fall season.
With autumn challenges looming, Transport for Wales and Network Rail are utilising the latest technology to prepare for a growing number of storms and bad weather caused by climate change.
Network Rail has today launched a fleet of several specialist trains, whose job is to remove and wash away leaf debris across the North West rail route this autumn 2021.
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.
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Join this webinar, in partnership with Plasser & Theurer, which explored some of the strategies and opportunities that are focused on reducing or phasing out the traditional power use of track maintenance machines and activities.
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.
Krasimir Papukchiyski, Director General of Bulgaria’s National Railway Infrastructure Company (NRIC), tells Global Railway Review about how it is driving forward upgrades and modernisation in its rail infrastructure in order to restore Bulgaria’s railway to the level of its European counterparts.
Ivan Kršić, President of the Management Board of HŽ Infrastruktura, details the work being carried out to revitalise both passenger and freight rail in the Republic of Croatia and the benefits to be realised in creating a truly pan-European railway infrastructure.
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.