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INTERNATIONAL Railway Journal will present a new range of online market intelligence tools for the rail industry at InnoTrans in Berlin on September 20-23.
IRJ at Fourth Railway Forum, Berlin: German Rail's (DB) chief procurement officer Mr Uwe Günther has urged railway suppliers to ditch their 'conservative approach' to…
THE Thailand Transport Ministry is seeking cabinet approval for a 60km, Baht 25bn ($US 701m) railway linking Phuket International Airport to the Chalong intersection.
ITALIAN State Railways (FS) is to invest €17bn of additional funding to 2020 following an agreement between the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport and Italian…
Wednesday, February 17, 2016

India approves $US 1.56bn rail projects

INDIA's government has approved investment of Rs 107 billion ($US 1.56bn) in railway projects.
German lead prosecutor Mr Wolfgang Gliese says 'human error' by a train dispatcher caused a head-on crash in Bad Aibling, Germany, on February 9 which…
VIS TransStroy, Russia, signed a concession agreement on December 30 to extend Gazprom's Obskaya – Bovanenkovo Yamal Peninsula line, which is already the world's northernmost…
AFTER more than a decade at the helm of one of the world's largest railways, Dr Vladimir Yakunin confirmed on August 18 that he will…
It's September in an even-numbered year, which means only one thing for the railway industry: InnoTrans. Kevin Smith presents IRJ's comprehensive preview of the biggest…
INTERNATIONAL Railway Journal (IRJ) and International Rail Infrastructure and Technology Summit (IRITS) will jointly host a unique matchmaking event for rail professionals next year with…
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