WITH around 110,000 visitors and more than 2480 exhibitors, next week's InnoTrans exhibition in Berlin is set to be the biggest yet.
PLANS have been unveiled for a network of four light rail lines totalling 214km serving an area to the south of Moscow. The Southern Chord…
Monday, December 12, 2011

More Flirts destined for Helsinki

FINNISH rolling stock company Junskalusto Oy has exercised an option under a contract originally awarded to Stadler in 2006 for nine new Flirt trains worth…
Friday, December 09, 2011

Bart Silicon Valley contract awarded

BAY Area Rapid Transit's (Bart) proposed Silicon Valley extension took a major step forward on December 8, when the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA)…
Independent Transport Company (ITC) won the battle to secure a 75% minus two shares stake in Russian Railways (RZD) subsidiary Freight One on October 28.…
IRJ at AusRail Plus 2011, Brisbane: UGL and GE Transportation today launched their new 1067mm-gauge PowerHaul Series diesel-electric locomotive which is designed for heavy-haul and…
IRJ at AusRail Plus 2011, Brisbane: AusRail was the venue for today's launch of the TrackSafe Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation aiming to reduce level crossing,…
Tuesday, November 22, 2011

DesertXpress alignment approved

THE United States Bureau of Land Management has granted DersertXpress approval for the alignment of the proposed high-speed line from Victorville, California, to Las Vegas.
Monday, November 21, 2011

Wenzhou accident report blames

AN investigation by the Chinese government into July's collision between two high-speed trains near Wenzhou, which killed 40 people and injured more than 200, has…
BRITISH franchise operator East Coast has issued a tender for a new train maintenance management system which the operator says will help to cut waste…
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