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Absolutely powerful: 19in Plug-In Unit with 150W for Railway Applications

Based on the PCMDS150, especially designed and already well-proven for applications in vehicle and railway technology, MTM Power offers now a 24Vout version as a 19in plug-in unit.

China's CRCC to receive compensation from Mexico for cancelling rail project

China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC) is reportedly set to receive $1.31m in compensation from Mexico for cancelling a $3.75bn high-speed rail contract.

US firm MEN Micro offers flexible panel PC for harsh railway HMI applications

US-based embedded computing and I/O solutions provider MEN Micro is offering a flexible panel PC that is reliable and easy-to-use in harsh railway human machine interface (HMI) applications.

Rail Tel to offer Wi-Fi services at selected Delhi Metro stations in India

India's Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Rail Tel Corporation of India, a neutral telecom infrastructure provider, to offer Wi-Fi internet services at selected Delhi Metro stati...

Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway Project

Kenya Railways Corporation is developing a new standard gauge railway line for passengers and cargo transportation between Mombasa, the largest port in East Africa, and Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya.

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RIFTEK Presents First on the Market Laser Wheel Clearance Measurement Gauge

RIFTEK, one of the world's leading designers and manufacturers of wheel sets geometry measurement tools has launched a first on the market laser wheel clearance measurement gauge.

Protecting Britain’s Infrastructure

SafeSec specialises in high quality security solutions. We are capable of providing an array of services to the rail and infrastructure sectors, and pride ourselves on changing the perception that all security companies are the same. Our service is c…

Worldline wins railway digitalisation contract from UK's First Great Western

Worldline has secured a contract from UK train operator First Great Western (FGW) to increase capacity and modernise service by delivering digital platform, Integrale.

TurbFly® - Solutions for Turnout Protection

Installing TurbFly can help you to minimise maintenance and save energy. So deciding to install TurbFly is an environmental investment which can save on operating costs, increase accessibility and enhance safety for your track facilities.

Victoria government awards A$524m contract for first four level crossing removals

Australia's Victorian Government has awarded a A$524m contract to a consortium of John Holland and KBR to remove the first four level crossings in south-east Melbourne.

On-time railway companies with Osborn TurbFly®

Railroad turnouts in winter can freeze as a result of moisture, or become inoperable by drifting snow. A special heater can prevent the turnout from freezing, but consumes a lot of energy.

Melbourne Metro to trial Nomad's remote condition monitoring system

Nomad Digital has received a contract from Australia's Metro Trains Melbourne (MTM) to equip its remote condition monitoring (RCM) systems on its Alstom X'Trapolis EMUs.

Tracks in time: 200 years of locomotive technology

The last two centuries have seen a surge of innovation in railway propulsion technology. From the industrial revolution of the 19th century to the leaner, greener locomotives of tomorrow, Railway Technology plots a timeline through the past, present …

Banedanmark selects Siemens and Per Aarsleff JV for Danish railway electrification

Infrastructure manager Banedanmark has selected a joint venture (JV) of Siemens and Per Aarsleff, a Denmark-based infrastructure contractor, as the preferred bidder to conduct the first phase of the Danish railway electrification programme.

UK's Todmorden Curve railway line reopens from Manchester to Burnley

The Todmorden Curve railway section in the UK has reopened after a £10m investment from Burnley Borough Council, Network Rail and Lancashire County Council.

Midas secures $53m deal to deliver fabricated parts for high-speed rail in China

Midas Holdings' subsidiary Jilin Midas Aluminium Industries (Jilin Midas) has received a series of contracts worth CNY328.9m ($53m) to deliver high-speed train car body components in China.

Mitsubishi and Hitachi win Myanmar railway signalling contract

Mitsubishi and Hitachi have secured a JPY2.4bn ($20m) contract from Myanma Railways to deliver and equip railway signalling systems in Myanmar.

Moscow and Beijing metros partner to offer better metro services

Moscow and Beijing metros have signed an agreement on cooperation and partnership to improve the quality of passenger service in the regions.

Virginia Railway Express introduces new mobile ticketing app

Virginia Railway Express (VRE) in the US has launched a new mobile ticketing app, VRE Mobile, which allows passengers to board commuter trains without paper tickets.

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