Etihad Rail has approved the award of the systems and integration contract for Stage Two of the UAE’s national railway network at a total cost of AED 1.6 billion.
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FS Italiane has shown strong growth in the first half of 2019, reporting a 2.2 percent rise in its operating revenues to a total of €5.98 billion.
With immediate effect, Matt Byrne has been appointed President of Bombardier Transportation's UK Region, one of the organisation's largest and most important markets.
German logistics provider, RheinCargo, is expanding its service offering to include shunting and infrastructure operations, following establishment of new division, ‘Werks und Industriebahnen’ (Works and Industrial Rail).
Following a successful pilot scheme in 2018, 250 more body worn cameras will be rolled out across the Virgin Trains network and will be used by station staff and on-board teams.
Lineas and North Sea Port are working together to significantly expand the volume of rail freight with 12 new rail connections to the European hinterland.
Global Railway Review is delighted to welcome three new members to its growing Editorial Advisory Board – Maggie Simpson, Director General of the Rail Freight Group (RFG); Maria Price, Expert – Technical Interoperability Department at the Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail (OTIF); and Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of…
Plans announced by Transport for Wales (TfW) will ensure space for up to 6,500 more commuters a week from December 2019, plus the introduction of additional trains across the Wales and Borders rail network.
Transport for the North has said that HS2 is essential to re-balance the UK’s economy and its future should be resolved without delay.
A new partnership between Bombardier and Leclanché aims to accelerate the shift from lead-acid batteries to Lithium-ion cells.
The development of rolling stock has seen tailored cyber-security applied to each project for the past five years.
Network Rail and its train operating colleagues will be working flat out to cope with the annual blight of ‘leaves on the line’.