The Indian government has initiated a massive overhaul of the country's railway infrastructure.
The Port Authority of Castellón has announced the completion of its storage and classification station situated at the south dock.
The proposal promises to modernize the rail network, enhancing efficiency, reliability, and customer service through streamlined operations and private-sector innovation.
The extensive initiative, focused on improving safety and operational efficiency, included upgrading tracks, bridges, and public grade crossings and installing advanced safety systems.
The State of São Paulo is starting public hearings for the Intercidades Train (TIC) Eixo Norte project.
With an emphasis on green design and operation, this redevelopment not only addresses Taranto's pollution challenges but also provides a model for future sustainable urban projects.
This project is part of a broader initiative to modernize a 10-mile section of the Northeast Corridor.
SBB will introduce additional weekend passenger trains and a new early morning commuter train from Ticino, as well as increased capacity for freight trains.
Funding aimed at improving safety, efficiency, and regional supply chains marks a critical step in upgrading and expanding Sierra Northern Railway and Mendocino Railway.
Higher throughput of the terminal near Austrian Linz is expected since 2027.
The Lithuanian Government has approved the infrastructure development plan for the Kaunas railway node as part of the Rail Baltica project.
From 5 February, the increase from three to five daily departures demonstrates Hannibal's commitment to environmentally friendly transport solutions with improved efficiency and capacity.
DB presented its new subsidiary DB InfraGO AG for the first time yesterday in Berlin. The new company is launching the most comprehensive programme to renew and modernise the rail network and stations.
The Global Rail Solutions train crash caused traffic disruption on the Craiova – Caracal route.
The foundation, alongside other partners, has invested in a facility near the Ukraine-Hungary border.
The construction of the new line is expected to increase the volume of cargo by another 20 million tonnes. The third border crossing with China, Bakhty - Chuguchak, is to be opened.
The European Commission has raised no objections to the awarding of a grant to PKP CARGO Terminale, a company of the PKP CARGO Group, for the construction of a multimodal terminal in Zduńska Wola - Karsznice.
The railway services in Norway and Sweden are facing significant disruptions due to extreme cold weather conditions, with temperatures plunging below minus 35 degrees, and in some areas, even reaching minus 43 degrees.
With construction due to start in spring 2024, this initiative will mark a major step forward for the Estonian section of the project, advancing the project's goal of opening to rail traffic in 2030.