High-speed

ITALY's rail regulator (URSF) has ruled in favour of Italian Rail Network (RFI) in a dispute with open-access high-speed operator NTV over the recent erection of a fence at Rome…
THE SPANISH government is expected to vote at the end of this month on draft legislation that could bring sweeping liberalisation of the rail market within a year together with…
JAPAN's minister of transport Mr Yuichiro Hata has approved the construction of three extensions to the Shinkansen high-speed network. The project will cost an estimated Yen 3.04 trillion ($US 38.1bn)…
The dispute between Italian open-access high-speed operator NTV and infrastructure manager Italian Railway Network (RFI) has taken a further turn after NTV took out full page advertisements in the Corriere…
IRJ at the UIC 8th World Congress on High Speed Rail, Philadelphia: Mr Zhang Jianping, director general of China's Ministry of Railways, said today that the Beijing - Shanghai high-speed…
IRJ at the UIC 8th World Congress on High Speed Rail, Philadelphia: The president of French National Railways (SNCF) Mr Guillaume Pepy today called for the construction of a second…
IRJ at the UIC 8th World Congress on High Speed Rail, Philadelphia: US transportation secretary Mr Ray LaHood gave a rousing speech this morning to the 1000 delegates attending the…
CHINA inaugurated its latest section of high-speed line on July 1, with the opening of the 293k Hanyi Railway between Hankou in Wuhan and Yichang in western Hubei province.
AFTER years of delays, the Dutch Environmental and Transport Inspectorate (ILT) finally granted authorisation to place into service for the AnsaldoBreda V250 'Fyra' high-speed train fleet on July 6.
CALIFORNIA is set to begin construction on the first phase of its $US 68.4bn high-speed network by the end of the year after the state Senate narrowly approved the initial…
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