David Briginshaw

David Briginshaw

The Korean government's new green agenda, and its recognition that rail is a sustainable mode of transport, has resulted in a huge increase in rail investment, says Huh Joon-Young, president…
How has a medium-sized manufacturer like Stadler reached the point where it can compete successfully with the biggest names in the rolling stock business? Anitra Green caught up with CEO…
WHILE there are encouraging signs that the worst economic recession since the Great Depression is bottoming out, it is already clear that some railfreight operators have weathered the storm far…
The world market for rail equipment will grow during the next four years despite the economic crisis says Maria Leenen (pictured), CEO of SCI Verkehr, Germany, in an exclusive interview…
SWEDEN was the birthplace in the 1980s of one of the biggest and most controversial changes in the way railways are run - the separation of infrastructure management from train…
TWO of the world's major railway institutions, German Rail (DB) and the International Union of Railways (UIC), are starting afresh with new top managers appointed in the wake of serious…
The global economic crisis has hit railfreight hard in many countries, but as John Smith, managing director of British railfreight operator First GBRf explains to Keith Barrow, the long-term outlook…
TWO important events in the railway calendar are scheduled this month: the International Association of Public Transport's (UITP) world congress in Vienna, Austria, and the International Heavy Haul Association's (IHHA)…
THE International Association of Public Transport (UITP) issued a bold challenge to its members at its 58th congress in Vienna, Austria, last month: double public transport's market share by 2025.…
Mr Alain Flausch, CEO of Brussels Transport (Stib), sets out his priorities as the new president of the International Association of Public Transport (UITP). David Briginshaw was at the UITP…
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