High-speed

FRENCH transport minister Mr Alain Vidalies has approved the preliminary route and station locations for the 150km Montpellier - Perpignan high-speed line, paving the way for a public inquiry into…
A DILEMMA confronts Indian Railways (IR) as it goes into 2016. While it is heartening that the country's public transporter has initiated moves to take the rail travel experience to…
THE Swedish government has begun consultation with local authorities along the route of the proposed Ostlänken high-speed line as infrastructure manager Trafikverket prepares to launch procurement for the project.
INNOVATION is the key to success as it will improve our competitiveness by providing leading-edge technologies. We have to make sure we are always one step ahead of others when…
SPANISH national train operator Renfe has shortlisted six manufacturers for a framework contract to supply and maintain a new fleet of high-speed trains.
KOREA's transport landscape is set to change forever in June 2016 with the entry of a new player into the high-speed passenger rail market. Supreme Railway (SR) will begin operating…
WITH Hong Kong's public transport operator MTR preparing to open the latest additions to its metro network, the 2.6km Kwun Tong extension and the 7km South Island Line, 2016 is…
THE partial privatisation of Italian State Railways (FS) moved a step closer on November 23, when Council of Ministers granted preliminary approval for the sale of a 40% stake in…
GERMAN Rail (DB) is one of the world's biggest transport organisations with nearly 297,000 employees (64% of them in Germany) and group turnover of around €40bn in 2015. Yet despite…
INDONESIA's president Mr Joko Widodo attended a groundbreaking ceremony in the west Javan town of Walini on January 21 to mark the start of construction of the country's first high-speed…
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