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KOREA's national train operator Korail has selected Hyundai Rotem to supply a fleet of 30 HEMU-250 trains for operation on the new Gyeongjeon line to Masan in the south of…
BRITISH train operator TransPennine Express (TPE) has selected CAF, Spain, to supply and maintain a fleet of 200km/h inter-city EMUs as well as coaches to be hauled by class 68…
Semih Kalay, senior vice-president, Technology Transportation Technology Center Inc (TTCI), assesses how North American railways are utilising results from the latest research to improve the performance of their freight operations.
Japan's Railway Technical Research Institute (RTRI) is developing groups of railway simulators that create a realistic representation of the underlying operating environment in order to offer a comprehensive analysis of…
New technology is offering railway maintenance providers the opportunity to rethink their asset management philosophy to one based on the future, and not the past or present, as Cassantec's CEO…
CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles plans to start a six-month testing programme with China's first hybrid-power train at the China Academy of Railway Sciences in June. The train is currently undergoing…
Jerusalem's inaugural light rail line has reported impressive ridership figures since it opened in 2011. Kevin Smith visits the Israeli capital to speak with the people involved with this sometimes…
The Turkish government is investing heavily in its railway as it aims to deliver a modern network by 2023. Turkish State Railways (TCDD) is inevitably playing a critical role in…
ALBTAL Transport Company (AVG) and Karlsruhe Transport Authority (VBK) have awarded a €59.5m contract to Bombardier for a further 12 Flexity Swift ET 2010 tram-trains.
POLAND's National Centre for Research and Develoment (NCBiR) has agreed to provide funding for a project by Newag to develop what it describes as "the first worldwide family of autonomous,…
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