The next issue of International Railway Journal ties in with two of 2014's major events; suppliers are again set to line up at Expo Ferroviaria in Turin, while the leading lights in ERTMS are heading to Istanbul to discuss the future of the platform. IRJ will offer insights on the latest issues facing both areas, and there's still time for your company to be a part of it.
Italy: IRJ speaks exclusively to Italian Railways CEO Mauro Moretti about the prospects for the Italian railway market and FS's bold plans for international expansion. We also talk to AnsaldoBreda following a difficult period for the rolling stock manufacturer.
• With 355 monthly readers working in Italy*, IRJ has unrivalled reach in the world's ninth largest railway market**.
ERTMS: ERTMS is a topic that continues to divide opinion like no other. Ahead of the UIC World Congress is Istanbul, IRJ considers the future of the ERTMS regional platform.
• Signalling and telecoms professionals make up over 9%, or 953, of IRJ's worldwide readership of more than 10,500*. Our readers are your customers. Can you afford not to reach them?
Rolling stock: Unife's joint technology research initiative Shift2Rail is intended to accelerate the integration of new and existing technologies into the next generation of railway products. We look at how the initiative is shaping the future of rolling stock research. We also feature a joint initiative between Kapsch CarrierCom and Bombardier to introduce "Smart trams" in the Austrian city of Linz.
• 95% of IRJ's readership actively requests the magazine every month*.
Closing date for the April issue:March 12Ad copy date: March 14
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* Data retrieved from Verified Audit Circulation's audit of International Railway Journal's May 2013 issue and average of the first six issues of 2013.
**Data from SCI Verkehr World Railway Market study 2012
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