The UK Department for Transport (DfT) is funding a series of projects to advance the future of Britain's rail network.
Alstom has opened a new 460 square metre engineering and innovation centre in Maia, Portugal, which will initially provide 25 jobs.
An Austrian/Swiss research team led by netwiss OG is looking for ways to use night trains in daytime traffic and increase their efficiency.
Alstom has announced that it will establish an innovation centre for green rail mobility solutions at its Americas headquarters in Quebec.
Carlo Borghini, Executive Director at Europe’s Rail describes the role of prototyping in the rail innovation process.
This summer the University of Huddersfield’s Institute of Railway Research will launch Harold 2.0 – a full-scale bogie test rig.
Experts from industry and academia are developing an on-board system that can identify low adhesion hazards such as leaves on the line.