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A 200 km/h Run On The Czech Network
A 200 km/h Run On The Czech Network

Today, a special train was traveling on the Czech network at a speed of 200 km/h.

Norway Railway Is Going To Digital Infrastructure
Norway Railway Is Going To Digital Infrastructure

In 2018 the Norwegian rail infrastructure manager, Bane NOR, started a project for the complete digitalisation of signalling and interlocking on...

Bane NOR Opened The Campus Nyland ERTMS Centre
Bane NOR Opened The Campus Nyland ERTMS Centre

On 31 October 2019 the Norway railway infrastructure manager Bane NOR and Siemens Mobility celebrated the opening of Campus Nyland, a test,...

Škoda 2020
Progress at Euston
Progress at Euston

HS2 has completed two major demolition projects at Euston as work continues to deliver extra capacity and improve journeys for the 44 million...

Sōtetsu JR Link Line Project Advances
Sōtetsu JR Link Line Project Advances

On 28 March 2019 at Hazawa-Yokohama-Kokudai station, a new facility built on a JR Freight marshalling yard, a ceremony was held to mark...

First Look At HS2’s Washwood Heath Depot Site
First Look At HS2’s Washwood Heath Depot Site

Ahead of High Speed Two (HS2) Limited beginning construction of a train maintenance depot in Washwood Heath, demolition of a former railway...

Czech Raildays 2020
An Advanced TrainLab Visited A Living Lab
An Advanced TrainLab Visited A Living Lab

On 20 December 2018 DB’s new mobile laboratory, created using a Class 605 ICE-TD DMU modified for testing purposes, visited the Annaberg...

Another Major Order From China For Vossloh Rail Fastening Systems
Another Major Order From China For Vossloh Rail Fastening Systems

Vossloh has won another order for the delivery of rail fastening systems for the expansion of the Chinese high-speed network. The supplier is...

Energy For Transport: Seeking A Way Where There Is No Way

The discovery of ways of using fossil fuels has resulted in significant advances for humanity, while fossil fuels made available to mankind far more energy than the human body, through its muscles, is able to produce.