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Mongolia Chooses Sepura DMR Technology

Sepura DMR technology has been selected by Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, for its public safety organisations. This contract was achieved in conjunction with Global Telecom, Sepura's channel partner in Mongolia.

Bombardier wins $228m Delhi Metro order for 162 Movia rail cars

Bombardier Transportation has received an Rs15bn ($228m) order from India's Delhi Metro Rail (DMRC) to deliver 162 Movia metro cars.

TfL shortlists four bidders for London Overground concession

The UK's Transport for London (TfL) has shortlisted four bidders for the concession to operate the expanded London Overground network.

Alstom and Huawei complete first LTE 4G project for metros

Alstom and Huawei have completed a pilot project to develop a 4G long-term evolution (LTE) multi-service, broadband radio networking technology for metros.

NDT Intergrated Rail Inspection Systems

Dry ultrasonic rail inspection provides volumetric inspection using so-called shadow technique applied to rail head from top and both sides.

Importance of Computing Health Management

The market for transportation systems is forecasted to continue its rapid expansion according to a report by Transparency Market Research that predicts double-digit growth from 2013 to reach $30.2bn by 2019.

Sepura Offers Instant Coverage Solutions with TETRA

Sepura has enhanced its infrastructure portfolio with the launch of the SOLO Instant Coverage TETRA base station at Critical Communications World (CCW) in Barcelona.

FRA partners with Google to add rail crossing data to maps

The US Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has agreed to team up with Google to make rail crossings safer for drivers and passengers.

Victorian government to invest $997m on new high-capacity trains

Australia's Victorian Government has called for expressions of interest (EOI) for the design, construction and maintenance of a next-generation, high-capacity trains for Melbourne.

Bangladesh to receive $505m loan from ADB for rail improvements

The Government of Bangladesh is reportedly set to receive a $505m loan grant from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to further develop the country's railways, as well as strengthen subregional trade and national economy.

Transcore Company Video

A company video from Transcore showcasing their products and services.

A Firstco Animation

An animation from Firstco showcasing their railway products and services.

TransCore Technology Showcase

At TransCore, we’ve been meeting and exceeding the needs of the railroad industry for decades.

WiFi drones: UK considers radical approach for coverage on trains

An open consultation from the UK Government, launched in June by the Department for Transport, is seeking views on how to improve on-board mobile network coverage across the rail network. One idea is using unmanned aerial vehicles or tethered balloon…

JR Central begins tests of Mitsubishi's SiC power modules on Shinkansen train

Japan-based Mitsubishi Electric has started testing of railcar traction converter/inverter systems with all-silicon carbide (SiC) power modules installed on a N700 Shinkansen bullet train for Central Japan Railway Company (JR-Centra...

Skoda unveils Czech Railways' InterPanter EMU

Rolling stock manufacturer Skoda Transportation and national operator Czech Railways (CD) have unveiled the first of 14 long-distance electric multiple units (EMUs) at the Velim test circuit.

R J Corman Railroad agrees to buy Carolina Southern Railroad

US firm R J Corman Railroad Company and current owner Ken Pippin have agreed to finalise the $13.9m sale of Carolina Southern Railroad by 1 August.

HiRAIL Corporation-Rubber-Grade Crossing Systems for the Railway Industry

HiRAIL is a manufacturer of premium, 100% rubber-grade crossing systems for the rail industry.The company offers cost-effective solutions for grade crossing applications, including Hi-Rail® full-dept...

UK Government delays Network Rail upgrades

The UK Government has announced that it will delay or reduce a number of planned modernisation projects for railway infrastructure operator Network Rail.

One Last Rocky

This is the fifth in a series. To start at the beginning, read A Tranquille Afternoon. On May 13th, I went out to shoot the Rocky Mountaineer one more time. I had a particular shot I wanted to get, "somewhere on the north side" between the bridge I had already featured and the CN yard. Show More Summary

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