The planning application from Network Rail proposes a facility which will be able to provide 60 per cent of Britain's annual requirement of railway sleepers.
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Robel Holding GmbH now holds a majority share of 70 per cent in the German track measurement systems and electric drives company, Vogel & Plötscher GmbH & Co. KG.
Delving deep into the railway industry, our recent survey results showcase opinions from industry professionals across the globe. Download our free infographic displaying the results.
Using metro systems as an example, Johannes Wundersamer, Head of Rail Performance Services at voestalpine Railway Systems, provides an overview of their customised Rail Performance Monitoring service, a tool to investigate the operating characteristics of rails and to assist rail maintenance organisations in changing re-active systems into pro-active ones.
13 May 2019 | By StationOne
Join us to understand how Alstom's StationOne initiative - the first online B2B marketplace dedicated to the railway industry - can handle the different requirements of OEMs.
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.
With rising pressure in rail traffic, Linsinger’s modern, flexible and reliable rail milling technology can be deployed to prolong rail life and reduce service-disrupting interventions.
Tunnel boring machines have completed the drilling work for the high-speed rail project that will connect Oslo and Ski via twin 19.5km tunnels, the longest in Scandinavia.
On the commuter rail tracks in Chicago, fire is being used against ice to keep trains rolling as a polar vortex causes temperatures to drop to as low as -46C across the Midwest U.S.
Network Rail have announced the preferred bidders to deliver what is required to make the rail system work, including track, points, overhead lines and signalling.
Despite delays to Crossrail 1, policymakers are urged not to delay decisions on moving forward with future projects such as Crossrail 2.
On Friday 4 January 2019, a signalling fault forced Trinity Metro to delay the start of passenger services on the 27-mile TEXRail route.