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The government of the Canadian province of Ontario is to abolish the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission and sell Ontario Northland Railway.
INTERNATIONAL freight and passenger services between the Czech Republic and southern Germany could see substantial improvements under an agreement signed by the Czech deputy transport minister Mr Ivo Vykydal, and…
THE Australian federal government has allocated $A 232.1m ($US 229.3m) towards a project to remodel two major bottlenecks in the Adelaide area, which create major conflicts between freight and commuter…
RAIL Corporation New South Wales (RailCorp), which is responsible for the operation and maintenance of Sydney's regional and metropolitan rail network, is to be split into two separate entities under…
MR Abdul Aziz Al-Hugail, president of Saudi Railways Organisation (SRO), has cast doubt over the future of the railway's deal with CAF for 200km/h diesel trains following a series of…
THE first of 24 diesel-electric articulated dmus has been rolled out by Stadler Rail for operation by Arriva on its Rivierenland Achterhoek passenger rail concession in
DUTCH regional bus and train operator Syntus is reportedly in financial difficulty and could run out of funds by next month unless its two shareholders, Netherlands Railways (NS) and Keolis,…
IRISH Rail (IE) has selected the Ramsys asset management tool supplied by Mermec, Italy, to manage its track maintenance and renewal work schedule.
DUTCH infrastructure manager Prorail is to upgrade the non-electrified line between Groningen and Leeuwarden in an effort to meet demand for a second hourly fast service between the two towns.
COMMERCIAL operations began on Sunday on the 3.5km extension of Melbourne’s suburban rail network from Epping to South Morang. The $A 498m ($US 515m) project also involved track-doubling on the…
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