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India: IRJ reports exclusively from India and gets the lowdown on the major changes taking place in the railway sector. We look at government proposals to radically alter the structure of Indian Railways and its finances. We also get updates on the major projects taking place across the country, including the Dedicated Freight Corridors and high-speed lines.s. We also look at DB’s plans to enhance its long-distance passenger business, and Locomore, the crowd-source start-up which has exciting plans for new services. Finally we take a trip to Chemnitz to look at its new tram-train service.
• IRJ is read by 884 railway professionals working in India every month.* Don’t miss this opportunity to reach your customers.
Metros and light rail: Our Indian theme continues with a round-up of transit projects underway and planned across the country as Indian cities fight congestion. We also report from Prague on its plans to expand its metro and light rail networks.
• IRJ is read by 958 railway industry decision makers working for transit operators around the world.*
Operations management: Getting more out of your infrastructure and assets is an increasingly important consideration for operators facing increasing ridership and restricted budgets. We focus at solutions developed by Wi-Tronix, United States, and Tokyo Metro’s approach to dealing with increased network capacity.
• IRJ is actively requested by 90.5% of its readership of 10,459 global railway professionals, reflecting its importance to the industry - no other rail industry publication comes close.*
Closing date for the October issue: September 21Ad copy date: September 23
IRJ – the magazine rail professionals choose to read
IRJ is the first choice for news and features on the latest developments in the international railway industry for 10,459 railway professionals in 137 countries every month.*
* Average data retrieved from ABC audit of International Railway Journal's circulation from January 1 2015 to December 31 2015.
According to IRJ's 2014 Reader Survey, 74% of readers reported taking some action after seeing an advertisement or reading an article in IRJ. Indeed 20% recommended purchasing a particular product, 47% reported visiting a manufacturers website, 21% requested additional information from the manufacturer, and 36% discussed the advertisement or article with someone else in their company.
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