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Alstom to deliver Citadis trams for Shanghai Songjiang Tramway in China

Shanghai Alstom Transport (SATCO) has received a €72m contract from Shanghai Songjiang Tramway Investment and Operation to deliver 30 Citadis trams for the two first tramway lines of Songjiang, one of the suburban districts of Shang...

Transurb Technirail-Simulation and Advanced Training Solutions

Transurb Technirail is a subsidiary of the Belgian National Railways (SNCB) and the public transport operator in Brussels (STIB), and has over ten years of experience in providing innovative training tools and driving simulators.

GE conducts first production test of Evolution Series Tier 4 locomotive engine

GE Transportation has completed the first production test of its GE Evolution Series Tier 4 engine, which meets the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Tier 4 locomotive emissions standards.

10 Questions For Chris Mears

Railroad magazine used to have a regular feature highlighting an "Interesting Railfan". I thought I would run a similar series with some railfans who have agreed to participate. I'm asking each railfan 10 questions, some standard and some customized for the particular person. Show More Summary

Russian Railways Logistics acquires 50% stake in Latvian rail freight firm

Russian Railways Logistics has acquired a 50% stake in Latvian rail freight company Liepajas naftas transits (LNT) through its affiliated partner RZDL Multimodal.

MEX Introduces Custom Fields and Modules to Maintenance Software

MEX are proud to announce custom fields and modules as brand new additions to MEX Maintenance Software.

Integrated planning in rail infrastructure projects and maintenance

Many rail maintenance organisations are struggling to stay profitable. Bids are getting lower and possession time shorter. In turn, organisations are forced to lower their prices just to get by.

Australian Engineering Excellence Award finalists

Quintiq and Sydney Trains, have together placed as a finalist for the national Australian Engineering Excellence Awards (AEEA), held on 24th November 2014.

TFL accelerate workforce planning with Quintiq

Quintiq announced today that it has been awarded a contract to implement a software solution to assist with the planning and rostering of London Underground staff.

Quintiq help Eurailscout improve Europe rail safety

Eurailscout has announced plans to work with Quintiq to provide enhanced integrated resource planning for its rail inspection and analysis operations.

Quintiq improve Channel Tunnel’s maintenance scheduling

Eurotunnel announced that Quintiq will enhance the scheduling of their maintenance operations for the Channel Tunnel.

Case study NTV: Comprehensive, accurate and flexible passenger rail planning

High-speed rail network planning solutions: find out how Quintiq's rail planning and scheduling software allows train operator NTV to provide a comprehensive, accurate and flexible service.

Whitepaper: Taming passenger rail disruptions

Don't let your passenger rail operations be unsettled by factors that are beyond your control. Hear about 4 smart moves you can make to overcome rail disruptions and boost punctuality.

Management briefing: 7 tips for better train crew diagramming/pairing

Did you know even a modest improvement in crew diagramming can significantly impact your profits? Find out how with these top seven tips.

Management briefing: How effective is your workforce planning and scheduling?

Your drivers, station staff and maintenance crew keep your trains going. But is your workforce planning system effective enough to keep them going? Find out with these seven revealing questions.

Brochure: Discover how your workforce can be fully optimized

What does it take to increase staff productivity and happiness? Discover the secrets to smarter, happier rail workforce planning.

Case study: SNCB Logistics improves profitability, efficiency and productivity with Quintiq

The rail freight industry had historically been losing money. To be competitive and profitable, SNCB Logistics needed to restructure itself completely. See how SNCB restructured itself by implementing a single, integrated and transparent planning sys…

Safety Monitoring in Mass Transit Systems

Mass transit system operators are increasingly looking to automation to improve safety and increase efficiency of commuter transportation.

China's CNR and CSR merger receives government approval

Train manufacturers China North Railway (CNR) and China South Railway (CSR) have received governmental approval for their proposed merger.

Former executives of Cold Train sue BNSF Railway for $41m

Former executives of Cold Train have filed a $41m lawsuit against BNSF Railway, alleging that Cold Train’s service was shut down due to BNSF’s scheduling issues.

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