German rail exports increased by 5.2 per cent last year to €6.1 billion, accounting for more than half of the sector’s €11.8 billion turnover in 2016.
Israel Railways (IR) made a profit of Shekels 77m ($US 21m) from current activities in 2016, a 10% increase on its Shekels 70m profit in 2015.
The first Coradia Liner V160 trains of Alstom, which entered commercial service on 6 February on the Paris-Troyes-Belfort Intercity line, have covered more than 180,000 kilometres in the last eight weeks, presenting an availability rate that meets the objectives set by SNCF.
SNCF Logistics and maritime freight technology company Traxens have announced a partnership to develop technology for monitoring and real-time tracking of freight trains. This follows a year of research and testing of digital equipment for use in the rail environment.
13th annual Metrorail World Congress will bring together worldwide rail urban experts to deliver the latest insights into ground breaking strategies and topics set to revolutionise your day-to-day activities.
The Stephenson Conference, organised by Institution of Mechanical Engineers, is the premier international rail event that brings together academic researchers and industry experts to shine a spotlight on the pioneering work taking place in railway across the glob
27th of April 2017 in the Ellington Hotel Berlin
Alarming new figures from Network Rail and British Transport Police reveal that more people than ever are risking their lives on the rail network by trespassing on the tracks.
HS2 has published details of contract opportunities for architects and developers interested in delivering the four new stations for the London to Birmingham high-speed railway.
Women in Rail, a charity organisation aiming to improve diversity in the UK rail industry, has announced the launch of its search for the ‘20 Rising Stars of UK Rail’, an initiative to honour women in the sector who are helping to change the face of the rail industry.