High-speed

A dispute has arisen between NTV, Italy's new open-access high-speed operator, and infrastructure manager Italian Rail Network (RFI) over access to platform 15 at Rome Ostiense station, which is used…
IRJ at Strategic Partnership 1520: RUSSIAN Railways (RZD) plans to build a dedicated high-speed line from Moscow to St Petersburg in time for the 2018 soccer World Cup have been…
TURKISH State Railways (TCDD) plans to invite tenders within the next 40 days for its first 300km/h trains. It is negotiating a €180m loan from the Islamic Development Bank in…
THE CEO of Italian State Railway (FS), Mr Mauro Moretti, officially launched construction of a 39km section of the Milan - Verona high-speed line between Treviglio and Brescia.
THE HEMU-430X prototype high-speed train was officially unveiled on May 16 in Changwon in the presence of the presidents of Korail, Korea Railroad Research Institute (KRRI) and Hyundai-Rotem.
A GROUNDBREAKING ceremony was held near Dornstadt in the German state of Baden-Württemberg on Monday to mark the start of construction on the 59.6km Wendlingen – Ulm high-speed line.
NTV, the world's first open-access high-speed train operator, carried its first passengers on April 28 with the launch of Italo services between Milan, Florence, Rome and Naples.
Vossloh Cogifer has developed maintenance-friendly switch machines for use on standard sleepers or in box sleepers, thereby allowing automatic tamping of the trackbed. Their latest application is on two very…
THE CEO of the Australasian Railway Association, Mr Bryan Nye, wants the Australian government to consider high-speed rail as part of the solution to solving congestion at Sydney airport. Nye…
The Ministry of Transport has appointed Japan Railway Technical Service (Jarts) and Yachiyo Engineering to conduct a pre-feasibility study for a public-private partnership scheme to build a 144km 210km/h line…
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