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A 1.8km-long freight train delivered more than 9,000 tonnes of wheat to a grain terminal in Western Australia on April 19 - the longest and largest grain train ever operated in the country.
Older and less mobile pedestrians are set to benefit from a new level crossing aid that has been trialled in the city of Haarlem, the Netherlands.
CN said that the wagons are being obtained to meet a growing demand in forest products and metals business from customers across North America.
The first of TransPennine Express’s new Class 802 trains has left Kasada, Japan for the UK. In two months time the Hitachi-built train, which has been dubbed the 'Nova 1' by the British operator, will...
The first of Italy's new Rock train class has left Hitachi Rail Italy's factory in Pistoia to begin testing.
These locomotives will be maintained at Alstom's Wembley depot for the next 12 years.
A Gannett Fleming/WSP joint venture has been appointed to act as the construction management consultant on the planned Durham and Orange counties’ light rail project.
Swedish freight operator Green Cargo has ordered six new Transmontana locomotives from Romanian manufacturer Softronic.