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PantoInspect technology is designed to protect contact wires by detecting damage to train pantographs. It allows for pantographs to be replaced and repaired before overhead power wiring is torn down.
The Tasmanian Freight Rail Revitalisation Programme (TFRRP) involves re-sleepering, re-railing and associated track upgrade works on Tasmania’s major rail freight corridors.
The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has approved plans to build the Tinsley Chord to allow the first tram-trains to run in South Yorkshire.
Alstom has agreed to buy a 51% share in South African rail company Commuter Transport & Locomotive Engineering (CTLE).
Mitsubishi Electric's Indian subsidiary has opened a new factory for transportation systems in Bidadi, near Bengaluru, India.
Jakarta to Bandung is a proposed high-speed rail project in Indonesia that will connect the capital city of Jakarta to the textile hub of Bandung.
SaZ is a specialised manufacturer in the field of design, production and repairs of special road and railway machinery, road-rail vehicles with superstructures, insulated and non-insulated scissor-type and telescopic working platforms, flash butt wel…
SaZ designs, manufactures and repairs specialised road and railway machinery for municipal transport authorities, firefighting and other rescue services, in addition to small companies that fix and m...
French transport group Alstom and the Shanghai Alstom Transport Electrical Equipment (Satee) joint venture (JV) will supply traction equipment for 160 trains for phase three of Beijing's metro line 6 in China.
Teltronic, part of the Sepura Group, has been chosen to provide a radio communications solution for Qatar's first tram system, as part of the country's ambitious Education City project.
Glasgow City Council in Scotland has proposed two options to provide a rail link between the city centre and the airport.
On 6 September, trains returned to the Scottish Borders for the first time in 46 years. The opening of the new Borders Railway, running between Tweedbank and Edinburgh, is the longest new domestic railway built in Britain for over a century. However,…
Bombardier Transportation has secured a A$25m ($18m) order to deliver four additional Flexity 2 light rail vehicles (LRVs) to Australia’s Gold Coast Light Rail system (GCLR).
Russian Railways subsidiary RZD International has signed a €1.2bn contract with Iranian Islamic Republic Railways (RAI) to electrify a rail line that connects north-central Iran to the northeastern border with Turkmenistan.
The governments of China and Hungary have signed an agreement on the development, construction and financing of the Hungarian section of Hungary-Serbia high-speed railway.
The UK's Network Rail (NR) will replace the roof and rebuild all eight platforms at Carlisle station in Cumbria.
In this issue: Times of change for Deutsche Bahn, Australia's switch to digital signalling, Network Rail's mobile maintenance trains, Scotland's new rail line, meeting urgent demand for rolling stock in the UK, and more.
Australia's Victoria Government has announced that early works are being planned for the A$11bn ($7.9bn) Melbourne Metro rail project that will transform the region's rail network.
South African freight transport firm Transnet has signed a R12bn ($854m) club loan with five financial institutions to fund new locomotives.
Alstom has received a €20m order to deliver seven Citadis trams to Sytral (Syndicat des Transports de l’Agglomération Lyonnaise), the transport authority of Lyon, France.