Poll results for the Association of American Railroads (AAR) have revealed that the majority of U.S. adults believe that the rail freight industry is safe and critically important to the U.S. economy.
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On trial until December 2020, the high-definition colour screen will provide passengers with easy-to-understand up-to-the-minute journey information.
From 2022, the trains will initially run on routes between the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and Munich via the high-speed Cologne-Rhine-Main line, increasing DB’s daily passenger capacity on these routes by 13,000 seats.
Starting in 2021, Alstom and ProRail will test Automatic Train Operations (ATO) using a Lineas shunting locomotive.
Twelve modern diesel locomotives - purchased thanks to joint financing from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the European Investment Bank and the European Union - have arrived in Moldova's capital.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and challenges around quarantine measures, California's high-speed rail project continues to move forward, as shown in the Authority's July 2020 construction update video.
The UK's Rail Supply Group (RSG) has published its report and the actions to be taken to support the best possible recovery of businesses supplying the rail industry.
The competition from Network Rail and RIBA Competitions will give architects, engineers and designers the chance to improve the travel experience for the millions of passengers who use Britain’s railway, and leave a lasting legacy on station design.
Reports have suggested that public transport restrictions are under review in England as the government looks for ways to reboost the economy.
Work to build the HS2 London terminus at Euston has taken a major step forward with the Mace Dragados joint venture moving onto the construction site adjacent to Euston station to begin work on the new high-speed station in central London.
The Canadian National Railway Company (CN) has announced that its investments in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia will be focused on safety and capacity to strengthen the rail network, help reduce emissions, and support economic growth.
Jeremy Acklam will play a lead role in driving forward Transport for the North's strategic vision for integrated and smart travel, including the delivery of flexi season tickets and contactless pay-as-you-go travel on rail.
Transport for Wales (TfW) will?soon begin essential transformational works on railway?lines?throughout South Wales, paving way for a world-class transport network that will transform people’s lives in Wales and the borders.
Steve Murphy – Managing Director of MTR Elizabeth line – has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of MTR UK, a newly created entity that will replace MTR Europe.
Hyperloop has been recognised in official U.S. Code for the first time, representing a step forward to its potential commercial deployment.