The Risk Reduction Program will require the largest freight railroads in the U.S. to develop and implement a safety plan that is FRA approved.
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The first trainset of Amtrak's new 28-train Acela fleet will undergo testing in preparation for service throughout the Northeast Corridor in 2021.
Following Alstom's acquisition of Bombardier Transportation, the company will have a backlog of approximately €75 billion and revenues of €15.5 billion.
The Mireo trainsets are set for operation on the Lausitz regional network following DB Regio winning the contract for the network in December 2019.
Following the acquisition of Macquarie Europe Rail’s rolling stock leasing business, Akiem Group now owns a diverse portfolio of over 600 locomotives.
The new technology will provide the Philippines’ public rail operator with an all-in railway fleet operation, management and planning system to be used on Manila's local commuter trains.
The new STEM facility has been designed to inspire the younger generation to pursue careers in the science, technology, engineering and maths sectors.
In order to ensure the growth of the rail freight industry, ERFA has stressed the need for regulation revisions and a more ambitious approach from the EC.
A storm-damaged section of the UK’s West Coast main line in Cumbria was recently reopened in less than 24 hours, thanks to raised signalling equipment by Network Rail.
Albanian Railways has awarded a consortium the contract for the consulting and technical assistance services for the new project to upgrade rail connections with the country’s capital, Tirana.
Due to railway metal theft costing ￡1.4 million in UK taxpayer-money over the last 12 months, Network Rail and the British Transport Police are taking action to tackle stolen metal trading.
UWC, the largest producer of freight cars in Russia, will build the additional flat cars at their Tikhvin production site.
Following the acquisition of AEbt Angewandte Eisenbahnteknik GmbH in January 2020, CERTIFER has now entered the German, Austrian and Swiss market.
The trial will test how effective the use of body cameras is in further improving the safety of Transport for Wales' passengers and staff.
The test marks the first time passengers have been on-board an ATO train in the Netherlands, which can accelerate and brake automatically.