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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.
With women accounting for under 20 per cent of the railway workforce, CER and ETF are starting negotiations to promote female employment.
SWR's second-year sustainability results show how the franchise is lowering carbon emissions and helping local communities.
Over 350 Arriva Rail London employees will complete a training course to improve the travelling experience of passengers on the London Overground who are deaf or hard of hearing.
For our latest Women Inspiring Rail instalment, Tan Siew Ling, Senior Engineer at YTL Construction, discusses how she has transformed from being a passenger to now working as an engineer, and how she is passionate to be part of rail's future development.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) has reached a new milestone by creating a 3,000-strong workforce which has currently delivered 119 miles of new high-speed railway infrastructure.
Detective Eric Gunderson of the Washington State Patrol led the accident reconstruction phase of the Amtrak passenger train derailment near DuPont, Washington, United States in 2017. In this interview he explains how using laser scanners and drones played a huge part in the accident investigation process.
The Minister of Railway Development in Ghana has highlighted the need for the rail industry to focus on the development and opportunities presented, rather than the political agendas ascribed to it.
The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has launched an Inland Rail Skills Academy aimed at creating opportunities for communities along the alignment across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
As delivery of new Hull Trains fleet looms, drivers embark on the next phase of training to ensure they are ready for the trains to be in public service.
Despite the AU$150 billion investment in rail, the industry is still feeling the pinch from the lack of skilled workers to complete designated projects, but can an action plan from NTC provide the answers?