A tender for Oman’s 2,244km-long national railway project has been issued by Oman Railway Company (ORC), inviting the local and international companies to place their applications for the project’s pre-qualification stage.
New Zealand state-owned enterprise KiwiRail Holdings is planning to begin seismic strengthening work at Wellington Railway Station, as part of its plan to make the station more earthquake resistant.
British train operator First Great Western (FGW) and Network Rail are planning to restore the majority of services into and out of London Paddington starting 17 February.
Australia-based OEM Technology Solutions will implement Digi International's platform-as-a-service Device Cloud by Etherios to increase efficiency for rail systems worldwide.
British train operator Great North Eastern Railway (GNER) is planning to introduce an hourly electric high-speed Pendolino service on the East Coast Main Line (ECML) in December 2016.
Network Rail has said that groudwater levels in the Patcham area outside Brighton reached 44 metres above average and may flood the railway when it touches 47 meters.
The majority of the UK West Coast Main Line has reopened after taking a battering from storms, with several major rail networks still disrupted by adverse weather and flooding.
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Pennsylvania-based rail manufacturer Wabtec has signed a definitive agreement to acquire London-based rail and industrial equipment manufacturer Fandstan Electric Group for approximately $215m.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority has awarded right-of-way engineering and survey work contracts each worth up to $3.2m to Chaudhary & Associates, Quad Knopf, O'Dell Engineering, Mark Thomas, and Hernandez, Kroone & Associate...
Sweden-based Prover Technology and consulting firm IKOS have formed a partnership to meet customer demand for development of automated rail control systems.
Axiomtek has introduced rBOX101-6COM (ATEX), the world's first ATEX certified, rugged intelligent DIN-rail fanless embedded computer system. It is equipped with an extra low power Intel Atom processor Z510PT or Z520PT, six isolated COM ports, isolate…
Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) has signed an agreement with French financial agency Agence Française de Développement (AFD) for a long-term loan for the Kochi Metro Phase-1 project.
SBS Transit has begun passenger service on the Siemens-equipped driverless underground metro line, Downtown Line 1 (DTL1), in Singapore.
Russian Railways has allocated RUB76.1bn ($2.19bn) to purchase 629 new locomotives, including 352 electric and 277 diesel vehicles, as part of its 2014 investment programme.
Quintiq, a global leader in supply chain planning and optimization (SCP&O), announced today that it is co-hosting a seminar with its customer Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori SpA (NTV).
Rail technology provider Bombardier Transportation has won its fifth contract worth $26m from Linz Transport Authority to supply additional six Flexity 100% low-floor trams called Cityrunners.
Network Rail has agreed with the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) to spend £38bn in maintaining, renewing and improving the network of Britain’s railway over the next five years.
The UK's GB Railfreight (GBRf) is procuring new locomotives from Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD) and Europorte, a subsidiary of Groupe Eurotunnel, to support growth and boost its existing fleet.
London Blackfriars station in London, UK, underwent a major redevelopment programme and became a landmark station of operator Network Rail.