In this issue we feature articles from industry experts on a vast range of topics including: Russian Railways' digital platform; investments in Sri Lanka’s rail sector; an event preview of Digital Rail Revolution 2019; using modern solutions and innovations to maintain railway tracks; how project SHERPA is helping railways to…
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Advances to rail signalling and train control systems are set to make international rail transport more competitive and attractive. But implementing strategies and understanding the benefits of new digital solutions must be addressed before improvements can be realised.
The Railway Industry Association (RIA) has launched a new campaign which asks the UK Government to be transparent in the amount of funding available to the rail industry over the coming years.
DB Cargo will equip its entire fleet with intelligent sensors and telematics by 2020 in a bid to promote digitalisation across the board.
The loan amounts to $160 million which will see Sri Lanka Railways strengthen capacity and resilience ensuring the future of the railway.
Norfolk Southern has rolled out the new TOP21 operating plan, which saw a seamless changeover with minimal impact to customer service and network operations.
The digital signalling solution allows the Valladolid-León line trains to run at increased speeds of 300km/h without the need for physical lineside signals.
Israel Railways will implement technology from Motorola Solutions to boost passenger safety and operational efficiency.
Network Rail has published a framework that sets out the long-term delivery of digital signalling, to bring significant benefits to passengers and help suppliers to plan resources.
Network Rail has announced the second instalment of investment for signalling across the UK which is estimated to cost in excess of ￡215 million.
Pia Lagerl?f, General secretary for SWEDTRAIN and Per Olofsson, Thought Leader and Training Officer at Bombardier Transportation, explore how the Swedish rail industry is actively exploring how rail control systems can evolve to enable increased capacity and efficiency.
Launched as European Railway Review 25 years ago, the print publication’s intention was to produce content written by the rail industry for the rail industry, showcasing in-depth articles covering diverse topics that impact the rail sector. These are still Global Railway Review’s intentions today, and what we pride ourselves on…