The two contracts will see the Vestfoldbanen equipped with continuous double tracks between Drammen and T?nsberg, enabling a better and more efficient service says Bane NOR's Stine Ilebrekke Undrum.
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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.
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.
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 Pune-Mumbai Virgin Hyperloop One Project, if approved, would be the largest private infrastructure investment in Maharashtra supporting the Government’s trillion dollar economy goal.
Teams across the rail industry are thinking about the needs of passengers and businesses and considering how the railway can be adapted through innovation to meet future requirements. Will major rail projects deliver key benefits to Britain? Will space technology revolutionise rail signalling and infrastructure efficiency? What role will rail…
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…
Dutch airline, KLM, vows to increase its environmental initiatives by reducing the number of its flights in favour of train travel.
As Network Rail's 14 new routes go live, Britain's infrastructure manager has appointed new Route Directors to oversee the day-to-day operations, maintenance and delivery of train performance in their respective areas.
The 'once-in-a-generation' investment in both HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail to be delivered together has the ability to transform connectivity across the UK, and leaders in the North demand that the projects become a reality.
Communities between Oxford and Cambridge in Britain are on track to be linked by rail before the end of the next decade, creating opportunities for employment and business growth across the region.
There is a strong case for high-speed trains to directly connect the city centres of Birmingham, Nottingham, Leicester and Leeds via the East Midlands Hub station at Toton, more than halving journey times and boosting the economy by at least ￡1.4 billion.