At the Duisburg CT hub of DUSS, cargo handling between rail and road is possible from July. For this purpose, duisport and DUSS, a subsidiary of DB Netz AG, have agreed on partnership cooperation.
The project is part of the contract awarded to Alstom to supply 25 Zefiro Express electric high-speed trains, with an option of 15 additional trains.
A 30-month tender has been issued for the execution of the platform works for the first section of this new rail access to the Port, which is 4.69 km long.
Through the new cooperation, DB customers and passengers of Star Alliance member airlines will in the future be able to begin or end their journey in comfort on the climate-friendly train.
The Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT), as part of its effort to decarbonise freight transport by reducing the number of lorries on the road, has published a call for evidence on how to increase rail freight in the UK.
Network Rail will invest more than £120 million of Scottish Government funding to boost the supply of electricity to Scotland's rail network.
Connecting Europe Days: extending TEN-T pan-European transport networks, electro-mobility or high-speed lines
Two days before the Czech EU presidency is starting, the Czech transport minister Martin Kupka discussed all these topics at the meeting of European transport experts in Lyon, France.
4,100 truck journeys were saved thanks to rail transport. ÖBB Rail Cargo Group transports the new casing of the Swiss highway tunnel
Since April 2021, 20 wagons loaded with segments for a highway tunnel have been rolling from Tyrol to Switzerland once a week. The total volume of the future-oriented end-to-end transport is 60,000 tonnes.
The European Union has decided to support 135 transport infrastructure key projects across the continent.
The Swiss Federal Council reconsidered the long-term outlook of its rail strategy.
Deutsche Bahn and federal government plan to further develop high-performance network, the backbone of rail transport in Germany
The main reason for this step is the current reliability and quality problems of rail as a mode of transport. At their core, they result from a capacity and obsolescence problem in the railways.
This new connection join China and Europe via Middle Corridor.
The project will make railway stations more comfortable and attractive for passengers. At the same time, investment in noise protection is also planned.
LTG Cargo to start cooperation with Kazakhstan. For the first time, it will provide locomotive rental services in this country.
At the same time, LTG Cargo will aim to strengthen the intermodal Trans-Caspian logistics corridor in order to new alternatives for transporting freight from Asia to Klaipėda Seaport.
A new breakwater will be built over a length of 320 m, with the track about 20 m from the seafront.
Finances will create the conditions for a freight volume growth of 2 million tonnes, which corresponds to 10% of Green Cargo's total transport volume at present.