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  • June’s top news stories

    Stadler has revealed its first new unit of Mälartåg (Mälar train) in cooperation with Mälab and Transitio at the Stockholm Central Station in Sweden, and High Speed 2’s (HS2) proposed...

  • EVENT: Balfour Beatty opens Rail Innovation Centre

    Railway Technology attended the inauguration of Balfour Beatty's Rail Innovation Centre at its facility in Derby and found out how data, Artificial Intelligence and robots can help improve safety and...

  • Future Rail – Issue 63

    In this issue: Tracking cargo with digital technologies, the 18km Fehmarnbelt tunnel, upgrading New York City’s subway, 165 years of Indian Railways, plans to reform France’s SNCF rail company, UK...

  • New York City Subway: sending the right signals

    For years, New York’s subway system has been in a state of crisis. Ageing infrastructure, lack of investment and poorly-timed repairs have led to excruciating delays and left commuters seething....

  • Financial trouble at TfL: can it stay afloat?

    London’s public transport provider, TfL, is under increasing pressure. Not only has its government operating grant been slashed but a funding freeze is also expected to cost £640m across the...

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