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‘A unique facility and a unique investment opportunity’ – GCRE takes next step in private investment process

The Global Centre of Rail Excellence (GCRE) has outlined the next phase of its plans to bring private sector investment into the company, GCRE Ltd.

How eco-friendly lighting towers can help rail contractors to reduce their carbon footprint

As the rail industry strives to meet its net zero targets and to reduce costs we look at the difference eco-friendly lighting towers can...

How innovative products can curb the impact of on-site noise pollution

Choosing quieter welfare and lighting equipment is just one way the rail industry can reduce noise pollution from major projects, explains Welfare Hire Nationwide's...

£250k Northern scheme deadline extended

A £250,000 scheme launched last month designed to improve accessibility for all in train travel has extended its deadline into the New Year.

GCRE Urges Innovators To Enter Rail Construction Competition

The Global Centre of Rail Excellence (GCRE) is encouraging innovators from across the UK to submit proposals to a major new rail innovation competition before...

Ricado Rail joins forces with Cordel Group PLC

Cordel Group PLC has signed an agreement with Ricardo Rail Ltd to collaborate on opportunities within the railway inspection and asset management field. Cordel is...

Global Centre of Rail Excellence launches major private investment opportunity

The Global Centre of Rail Excellence (GCRE) today announced that it is inviting investors from across the world to take an equity stake in...

Hitachi Rail awarded €867 million contract to deliver digital signalling in Italy

Hitachi Rail has been awarded a framework agreement worth €867 million, as the leader of a consortium of companies, to design and deliver European...

Nestlé Waters France to use first hydrogen-powered freight train

In line with its supply chain decarbonisation roadmap, Nestlé Waters will be the first company in Europe to benefit from the hydrogen fuel cell...

iryo, the first privately owned high-speed rail operator in Spain launches today

The inaugural service of iryo, the first privately owned high-speed rail operator in Spain, will depart from Madrid to Valencia today. Delivered by a consortium...

93% of people are keen to see a cost-effective, unlimited travel ticket available in UK

The Daily Express has launched a poll asking readers for their thoughts on whether the UK should follow Germany’s lead on launching a low...

Aerial saw demonstrates impressive cutting power and speed

In partnership with Tiger Aviation, RSS Infrastructure (RSSI) showcased the impressive cutting power and speed of the aerial saw last week at Pound Green...
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Collaboration with Network Rail’s Safety Task Force instrumental to Geofence Success

Leo Scott Smith, CEO and founder of award-winning safety technology startup, Tended explains how their pioneering geofencing technology protects track workers Working on or near...

SWGR continues to inspire young generation with further higher education partnerships

Infrastructure support services provider SWGR is continuing to spearhead the drive to inspire the younger generation to consider a career in rail after it...

Elizabeth line clocks more than 100 million passenger journeys

The Elizabeth line, which stretches from Reading and Heathrow in the west to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east, has now seen more...

Members of AERRL & ALLRAIL pledge to finance & operate newly built or 2nd hand rolling stock

A meeting between lessors in AERRL and independent railway operators in ALLRAIL leads to a new pledge to actively contribute to help launch new...