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A report from 2011 on the Railroad's website recommended that the service would operate during weekday peak hours at a maximum speed of 42mph.
A new standard gauge railway connecting landlocked Ethiopia to Djibouti has been launched in Africa.
TE Connectivity and ABB have enter into exclusive negotiations over the transfer of ABB's terminal block business, which is a part of its electrification products division.
The countdown to the introduction of new Caledonian Sleeper trains has begun with the first carriages arriving in the UK. Five carriages arrived in the outskirts of Glasgow on the morning of January 16, after...
Business Secretary Greg Clark has called for an investigation into the collapse of construction giant Carillion to be expedited.
January 13 marked the long-awaited launch of Brightline, the country's first privately-owned passenger train service since the 1980s.
Renfe has tested what it has described as the first passenger train in the world to be powered by liquefied natural gas.