On 17th July 2017 the UK Government confirmed companies that will be awarded HS2 Phase One contracts.
We are extremely happy to announce that a book on ‘Sustainable Rail Transport’, published by Springer and written by many of the RailUniNet (Global Network of Railway Universities supported by UIC) members, is now available.
UK Railway Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN), a new partnership between RSSB, academia (9 universities) and industry has been launched in the UK earlier this week.
Hurry up! A competition for an idea that could revolutionise the rail industry addressed to young rail professionals in Australia closes this Friday (7th July).
The 2017 Midwest Rail Conference "Midwest Connections: Passenger and Freight Rail Look to the Future" will be held August 15-17, 2017 in Kalamazoo, MI.
Australia’s rail infrastructure and operations, which boasts the heaviest and longest trains in the world, continues to underpin the success and efficiency of our resources sector.
The railway industry is changing.
HSR Asia 2017, a 2-day event addressed to the high speed rail industry players, will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in September 2017.
Have you ever wondered who designs trains or how can a train run in very cold conditions? Well, if you are interested to learn the railway basics but haven’t got much time to spend, Alstom has something for you.
Despite the fact that we live in the XXI century and the current progress with technology is beyond anyone’s expectations, most of the railway courses or degrees around the world are still being offered as traditional classroom-based courses.
Looking to widen your horizons in rail research? Wondering what scientists and researchers can still contribute to the field? Have a look at our (random) selection of 5 recently published original papers on rail research.
The rail industry has gathered today to set out a blueprint on how technology can address challenges facing Britain’s railway.