Aimed at replacing the current, more complex criteria, the new definition requires that more than 50% of the transport distance be covered by non-road methods, rising to 60% by 2035.
Following the success with hydrogen units in California, Stadler will deliver Chicago Metra up to 16 FLIRT battery-electric multiple units (BEMU).
Mercitalia Intermodal's Smart Train project will see an additional 180 freight wagons fitted with advanced diagnostic sensors by PJM in 2024.
Scheduled for delivery in 2025, these locomotives will contribute significantly to PT KAI's operational capabilities and green initiatives.
The EuroDual, a hybrid model, offers flexibility and increased load capacity, setting a new standard in rail technology and marking a decisive step towards more efficient freight services.
The project focuses on AC4400 and CW44AC locomotive fleets and aims to significantly reduce carbon emissions.
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.
The company reinforces its commitment to sustainability by transporting more than half of its cars by rail for the fourth consecutive year.
Danish State Railways (DSB) has introduced the first unit of its new Talgo 230 intercity trains, aimed at improving its long-distance rail services.
High-speed rail travel powered by hydrogen – that is the aim of a newly formed consortium.
Direct Rail Services is retiring its Class 37 locomotives, offering them for sale via tender.
The Italian railway operator Ferrovie della Calabria (FdC) has placed an order for three additional narrow-gauge hydrogen trains with Stadler.
Argentina has inaugurated a new solar-powered train service in Jujuy province. The service began with a 20 km journey through the Quebrada de Humahuaca, and is set to operate fully between February and March 2024.
300 participants at the 14. VPI Symposium "Growth Opportunities for Sustainable Rail Freight Transport" gathered in Hamburg yesterday.
Shifting to rail, particularly for construction materials such as aggregates and cement, offers a significant opportunity to meet the region's growing demand in an environmentally friendly and efficient way.
With an expansion of services to Germany and Poland, and a strategic focus on sustainable transport modes, these companies are setting their new standards in the freight industry.
Initial optimism about a green locomotive fleet in Europe is giving way to the realisation that the transition will be slow and expensive, according to a new study on diesel and alternative drive locomotives by SCI Verkehr.