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Global tech company appointed for revolutionary data sharing project

Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has awarded a major contract to Chordant, Inc. to create a software platform to accelerate research and development in...

Innovative Partner Awarded Contract to develop Very Light Rail trackform

The Coventry Very Light Rail project is about to embark on a new adventure, investigating how to create a low cost trackform for the...

AmeyVTOL trials UK first ‘beyond visual line of sight’ drone inspection

AmeyVTOL has successfully demonstrated the first drone inspection of UK infrastructure to go beyond visual line of sight (BVLoS).   During the demonstration, the VTOL flying wing...

HS2 partners with Eave on a new approach to preventing occupational deafness

HS2 and its Euston early works contractor CSJV have teamed up with cutting edge smart tech company Eave to take major steps towards eliminating...

Greater Anglia test drivers learn to drive new trains on hi-tech simulators

Train drivers who will be test driving Greater Anglia's brand-new electric commuter trains have just started their initial training, using hi-tech simulators. Twelve experienced train...

InnoTrans postponed until next year

InnoTrans, the world's leading trade fair for transport technology, due to be held in September 2020, has been postponed and will now be held...

Heritage railway centre helps Network Rail combat coronavirus cancellations

Didcot Railway Centre and Swindon Panel Society are proud to be helping Network Rail during this Coronavirus period. The two heritage charities made their facilities...

Dura Composites wins Royal seal of approval for second time with Queen’s Award for Innovation

Leading composite materials firm Dura Composites has scooped a second Queen's Award for Enterprise, this time in the Innovation category, for its pioneering rapid-deployment...

GoMedia ‘California dreamin’ with the Capitol Corridor

UK-based global onboard infotainment leader, GoMedia, is going to California. Starting in Summer 2020, passengers of Northern California's two intercity rail services the Capitol...

GoMedia and Wordnerds use AI to help operators better understand their passengers

Rail operators will be able to receive real-time passenger feedback once COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted, thanks to a new deal between global infotainment...

New app keeps rail operators on the right track

London-based rail technology start-up, JNCTION, has launched an app for railway operators helping to minimise service disruption, thanks to a six-figure funding package from...

£20 million for ambitious technologies to build UK resilience following coronavirus outbreak

Businesses could help boost the UK's resilience to the long-term impact of the coronavirus outbreak and similar situations in the future, as a result...
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Rail Partners report says freight operators are ready to support decarbonisation and economic growth in partnership with Government

Rail Partners says that its freight operator members are ready to invest in improving and further decarbonising rail freight, providing the Government can deliver...

Million tonne milestone for HS2’s Quainton freight trains

HS2 has revealed that its construction hub at Quainton, Bucks, has now received more than a million tonnes of construction material by rail carried...

Penalty Fares introduced on the South Wales Mainline

Penalty Fares will be introduced on the South Wales Mainline from Monday 4 March as part of a range of measures to tackle an...

North Yorkshire Moors Railway launches fundraising appeal to save Goathland Station’s Bridge 27a

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) is asking visitors, rail enthusiasts, and film lovers for vital support to repair Bridge 27A as part of...