A Paper has been released to identify how the relationships between North American railroads and the freight supply chain can be improved.
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Rosehill Rail, a leading global manufacturer of railway crossing systems and safety solutions, has announced a two-year deal with Trafikverket, the Swedish Transport Administration, to supply its Anti-Trespass panels.
Britain’s passengers are set to benefit from a railway that can cope better with extreme weather and increased demand after Network Rail announces an investment of millions of pounds to work with universities to boost research and development.
Andy Burnham, the Mayor of Greater Manchester, has published a masterplan which details a strategy to double the number of rail journeys in the city-region by 2040.
NEWAG has secured its largest ever order which comes from PKP Cargo for the supply of 31 brand-new DRAGON 2 locomotives.
A technical analysis by Midlands Connect has revealed for the first time that HS2 would free up enough space on Britain’s existing railway network to improve rail services for 73 stations across the country.
The new workspace enables GIRO to be closer to its clients in Europe and to provide even better support to the teams already located on the continent.
Angel Trains and Chiltern Railways have joined forces with Stratasys and DB ESG to trial the first 3D printed parts ever deployed within an in-service passenger train in the UK.
Running for 12 weeks, the ‘Lab’ will encourage tech entrepreneurs and start-ups to develop a new product or service designed to solve a key challenge faced by the rail industry.
The annual report covers the Authority’s sustainability activities from 1 January to 31 December 2018, and details the contributions of the California high-speed rail project toward the State of California’s social equity, environmental and economic development objectives.
In July 2019, 41 trains passed red signals on Britain's rail network - signalling the highest number in a single calendar month since October 2007. This has caused the rail industry’s independent safety body to voice its concerns whether enough is being done to reduce the risk of a train…
Network Rail are set to carry out experiments this autumn to trial new ways of braking designed to reduce delays for passengers caused by ‘leaves on the line’.