Get the new year off to a flying start by making a statement of your company's intent for 2014 in the January and February issues of International Railway Journal, the industry's leading source of news and information.
January Benelux - special issue: Following the Fyra fiasco, we consider what's next for rail in the Netherlands and Belgium with exclusive reports from Amsterdam and Brussels.Make a splash in the Low Countries by advertising in IRJ this January
Metros & light rail: IRJ will look at some of Belgium and the Netherlands' developing rapid transit projects, including work that is underway in Brussels. We will also report on the latest from ambitious metro projects which are beginning to take shape across India.
Track: A new slab track solution from Spain will be featured along with a report on Austrian Federal Railways' (ÖBB) efforts to cut the cost of its infrastructure maintenance.Closing date for the January issue: December 11Ad copy date: December 13February
Asia: IRJ visits Bangkok, Thailand, to get a behind-the-scenes look at its latest urban rail developments. We also take a trip to Indonesia to report on its ambitious plans to develop new infrastructure and reinvigorate existing services.
High-speed: Saudi Arabia is pushing ahead with its plans to build a new line between Mecca and Medina. IRJ reports on the very latest from the Arabian Peninsula.
Signalling, telecoms & IT: We also take a trip to Zhengzhou to see the metro's application of Long Term Evolution (LTE), the first in the world. We also consider the Australian approach to train radio, and the latest developments in Communications-based Train Control (CBTC).
Closing date for the February issue: January 15Ad copy date: January 17
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High speed rail is continuing to reach new areas across the world. We have the latest on India’s plans for high-speed and the start of operations on Austria’s Vienna - St Pölten line. We also report on SNCF’s new no-frills TGV service.
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Heavy haul railways are pushing the boundaries of technology and spurring new innovations. Ahead of February’s International Heavy Haul Association conference in Delhi, we examine the latest developments in Canada, and the rush to extract Africa’s mineral wealth.
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New train maintenance practices are helping operators to do more with less. We look at two of the latest systems.
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The abundance of rail projects taking place across the Middle East and North Africa has established the region as a one of the world’s most dynamic markets. We report on the latest developments in Jordan and Iran, and the opening of a new light railway in Casablanca.
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We take a look at rapid transit projects in Stockholm and Milan, and the most efficient forms of electric traction.
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We will also feature some of the latest innovations in track technology.
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