Best Practice in Rail
The costs of managing the UK’s electricity supplies could double to £2bn a year within five years due to the growth of renewable technologies
The First Minister has said she is “extremely disappointed”over industrial action at ScotRail.
Opportunities for investment and devolution in the North of England must not be allowed to become casualties of any increased wave of austerity
Eurostar’s new e320 trains mitigate the risk of large-scale web streaming over mobile networks by...
In stark contrast to the swiftly contracting coal market in the UK, Malawi is constructing a dedicated heavy haul railway
“I don’t believe for a minute that paper tickets will be eradicated - the railway has no history of shedding technology,” says Transport Focus Chief Executive
“We have to look further than the railway for benefits and growth and prioritise, ensuring that the right projects are happening at the right time”
Steer Davies Gleave founder Jim Steer uses Leeds as an example of a city struggling to achieve a suitable, affordable, transport system
Rail Minister Claire Perry says good environmental credentials, strong roots in the community, and a diverse workforce are essential for the industry’s future
Uber is to expand the size of its catchment area in London to cover Zones 1 and 2 of the Underground
Interview with DAVID BROWN on how Transport for the North will reshape how the railway is governed
Launched in 2003, the RAIL100 Breakfast Club is a business networking club for the industry’s senior managers. It helps members keep abreast of current topics within the industry and gives them the ability to discuss these with their peers.
The next meeting is on July 7. The speaker is Sir Peter Hendy, Chairman, Network Rail.
Download the RAIL 100 Breakfast Club membership form