Ever wondered how trains are made? This time lapse shows how an Elizabeth line train is built at Bombardier in Derby. Fascinating!
HackTrain, a series of innovative solution-driven initiatives for the railway industry, is expanding to Hong Kong where the 1st event will take place on 25-27th November 2016!
This week is Rail Safety Week in Australia and New Zealand! Coordinated by Tracksafe Foundation the event mobilises the railway sector to engage with the public and talk about safety issues loud.
BRAIN-TRAINS is a research project that deals with rail freight intermodality, and the extent to which it can be made successful, under market, society and policy-making challenges, and analyzing how intermodality contributes to answering these challenges.
InnoTrans is an international trade fair for transport technology. It is divided into the five segments:
The 3rd Annual Rail Day/Expo and Railroad Night XII will take place on September 22-23.
Moscow State University of Railway Engineering (MIIT) organises an International Scientific and Practical Conference “Development Trends in Transport Systems” (TranSysTrends). The conference takes place on 26 and 27th September in Moscow, Russia.
Rail companies across the world are urging passengers to stay safe when playing popular smartphone game, Pokémon Go, especially at train stations.
We are always looking for new profiles to include in our rail careers page. Passionate about your work? Willing to contribute to the railway’s sector attractiveness? Tell us about yourself, it will only take 5 minutes!
As it is summer in Europe and many people are travelling by rail on… holidays (yes!), here is a quick guide to (selected) rail passenger rights in the European Union:
This summer, the RailNewcastle Talks 2016 took place with presentations from researchers and professors around the world. The week was the perfect opportunity for many to come together and network as well as to find out what colleagues in different parts of the world have been working on.