Transport Infrastructure Sector Primed For Drone Technology Revolution

A new study released by PwC “Clarity From Above: Transport Infrastructure,” describes the possible applications of drone technology in the road and railway sectors and forecasts how drones...

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Vossloh Strengthens its Competitive Position in The USA With Acquisition of Rocla Concrete Tie

German transport technology manufacturer Vossloh recently signed a contract for the acquisition of the US rail infrastructure company Rocla Concrete Tie, with Altus Capital Partners. Rocla...

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Bombardier Transportation Wins Fleet Operations and Maintenance Contract in Montreal

Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation recently announced that it has been awarded an eight-year contract by Montréal's Agence Métropolitaine de Transport (AMT) for the operations and...

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Bombardier Reports Third Quarter 2016 Results

The Canadian firm Bombardier recently released their third quarter results for 2016, highlighting solid performance in executing their turnaround plan. Alain Bellemare, president and chief executive...

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Amsted Rail Acquires 100% Ownership of Amsted Rail-Faiveley’s Brake Components for Freight Cars

Amsted Rail, the world leader in the design and manufacturing of railcar bogie systems, has entered into an agreement to acquire 100% ownership of the Amsted Rail-Faiveley brake component business....

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Bombardier Confirms Progress On Turnaround Plan

Bombardier has announced a series of actions to be taken by the company, as it continues to execute its five-year turnaround plan launched last year. The actions support the company’s efforts to build...

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CAF established a foothold in the UK market

Spanish engineering company, CAF, renowned for its turnkey transport solutions, has signed contracts with the First Group Operator and the finance companies Eversholt Rail Group and Beacon Rail. The...

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Track replacement in Boston

Keolis Commuter Services, operator of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) system in Boston, has begun trackwork on the Framingham-Worcester Line. Some 30,000 sleepers are to be...

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Hoverboards banned on PATH trains

The Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) rail system in New York city no longer allows hoverboards - motorised skateboard-like scooters - in stations or on trains, due to safety concerns. The...

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“No basis” for two-person crews

Association of American Railroads President and CEO Edward R Hamberger is quoted saying that safety is the industry’s primary concern but that no case has been made out for a regulation requiring...

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