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  • October’s top news stories

    KiwiRail is set to receive NZD35m ($23m) in funding from the Government of New Zealand to modernise 15 of its electric trains, and Vivarail has postponed the delivery of Class...

  • Mapping Australia’s high-speed rail routes

    High-speed rail has been on the agenda for every Australian Government since 1984, but no project has ever made it past the advanced planning stages. With the CLARA consortium looking...

  • Rail apps: unlocking the power of open data

    The Joint Rail Data Action Plan aims to remove barriers to information-sharing between train operating companies and tech companies, allowing app developers to provide better mobile services for passengers.

  • Are train guards surplus to requirements?

    Strikes are still ongoing in the UK over the role and place of on-board train guards, who operators are increasingly considering surplus to requirements. With the necessity of train guards...

  • September’s top news stories

    Saudi Arabia opened its $7.87bn high-speed Haramain Railway, LIRR started its $2.6bn expansion programme to modernise congested Main Line, and Crossrail delayed opening the Elizabeth line until late-2019. Railway-technology.com wraps...

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