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The new tram extension in Tallinn. Credit: Raepress.

First fruits of Rail Baltica in Estonia

Estonia is celebrating the launch of a new tram line which will support the proposed Trans-European railway Rail Baltica.

HS2 launches procurement competition for London station works

HS2 has begun its search to find construction partners to deliver the redevelopment of London Euston station and build a brand new interchange at Old Oak Common. HS2 said the redevelopment of the two sites...

New Caledonian Sleeper carriages under test

The first new carriages destined for the Caledonian Sleeper service are now complete and in the Czech Republic for testing.

Class 707s enter service on Windsor routes

The first two Class 707s have entered passenger service on the Windsor routes - a few days before the franchise is handed over to First/MTR.
Credit: Fluor.

Progress for Texas’ high-speed railway

Texas Central Rail Holdings has reached an agreement with engineering firm Fluor Corporation and the Lane Construction Corporation to advance the development of its 240 mile high-speed line.
Credit: Bombardier.

Bombardier wins 288-vehicle monorail contracts in Thailand

Bombardier has secured two contracts to design and assist with the construction of new monorail systems from the Northern Bangkok Monorail Company and the Eastern Bangkok Monorail Company.
Pennsylvania station. Credit: BravoKiloVideo/Shutterstock.

Network Rail and AECOM to review New York’s Penn station

The partnership will start work to assess the station immediately and will make recommendations to improve its design, functionality, communications and coordination.
A tram on the Edinburgh tram network passing through Prince Street. Credit: Pete Spiro/Shutterstock.

Proposed Edinburgh tram extension could be open by 2022

Edinburgh council is to consider extending the city's tram network, with the proposed line forecast to be operational by 2022 if it gets the green light.

DB Cargo places 100-locomotive framework order with Siemens

DB Cargo has signed a framework agreement with Siemens worth a quarter of a billion euros for up to 100 new Vectron locomotives.
CRRC's suspended monorail. Credit: CRRC.

CRRC tests suspended monorail called the ‘Sky Train’

The Chinese rolling stock manufacturer said the prototype is the fastest of its kind in the country, travelling at speeds of up to 70km/h.