The Mauritius govt. has approached the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for a Light Rail Project. This project will cover over 37 km from the capital city Port Louis to the centre of the country, the city of Curepipe.
A very efficient way to attract talents into rail sector: working in close cooperation with students
This week, the French Railways (SNCF) released its 100th video about its careers.
Today features an article written by one of our contributors, Silverio Borges. The Railway Talents editorial team thanks him very much!
Rail passenger services and the new deal of intermodal competition (low cost airlines, coaches, carpooling, car sharing...) Venue: Institute of Political Studies (IEP - Salle du Conseil – 3rd floor) 14, avenue Berthelot – 69007 - LYON
The NT Expo - Business on Rails is the main event in South American for the metro-railroad industry chain which is focused on providing the most up to date information from the industry, debates and content generation through the scheduled conferences and Space Innovation + Mobility.
An event organised by TOR Sp. z o.o. and Railway Business Forum with series of debated focussing on rail issues in Poland. Details: http://kongreskolejowy.pl
International Railway Summit’s conference programme will focus on the future of railways from a technological, organisational and creative point of view, sharing knowledge and proposing solutions to the challenges of enhancing passen
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One of the major upcoming challenges for train operators is to provide their passengers with the fast, reliable online connectivity they are used to in their day-to-day lives.
Keith Prince, the Havering & Redbridge Conservative candidate for the London Assembly, issued a report this month with an interesting proposition: why not considering corwdfunding as a potential alternative funding to deliver transport projects?
According to the infrastructure company Balfour Beatty, High Speed 2 could suffer from a loss of foreign workers after Brexit, thus from a shortage of adequate skills.