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The number of new Covid-19 cases are falling daily in the UK. But Dr Hans Kluge, and other experts, are predicting a second, more deadly wave of the virus.
The new digital railway signalling system is sustaining the growing needs of the 2030 railway traffic with a highly scalable architecture to easily include further extension, speed increase, double tracks and electrification. In implementing the new ETCS together with A
Rail has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. Passenger and freight volumes are down. And as lockdown is eased, operators face the challenge of adapting their networks to minimise the risk of infection. Looking ahead, rail operators will need to tackle the even tough
Thales will provide its SelTrac™ Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) signalling solution in South Korea, Turkey and China, after signing three urban rail signalling contracts. Despite the current Covid-19 pandemic, governments around the globe are committed to pro
Our world has changed, and at least for a time we must adapt to the new situation, trying to let it disrupt our daily life as little as possible. The ‘new normal’ coming into view will not be easy, but digital technologies may help us live in a simpler and safer yet sim
In Steindorf near Straßwalchen, the existing electronic interocking of the type ELEKTRA 1 was replaced by an ELEKTRA 2 interlocking.
Hyderabad metro corridor II, connecting Hyderabad and Secunderabad, commences operations with Thales’ high tech systems
L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited (L&TMRHL) has reaffirmed its promise to make travel more convenient with the launch of its much-awaited corridor-II. Inaugurated by Honorable Chief Minister of Telangana State, Sri K. Chandrashekar Rao, the 11 km stretch is equ
April 2020 - if you were to drive on one of England’s motorways today (and please don’t, unless you are a key worker and have no choice) two things would strike you as odd…
City, metro and national governments in the UK must act now to rethink funding and finance models to pay for future transport infrastructure developments, says a new report.
With the opening of the 122 km railway segment between Antequera and Granada, Spain has consolidated its position as the leading European country and the second worldwide, after China, for the number of high-speed line kilometres. Thanks to the opening of this new line,