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The term rolling stock in the rail transportation industry refers to any vehicle that moves along a railway track. Global Railway Review’s coverage of rolling stock includes developments in mainline and high-speed passenger trains, plus rail freight locomotives and heavy-haul wagons.
By utilising wind and solar power, HS1 aims to operate solely on renewable energy and has pledged to be fully carbon neutral within a decade.
The three-year extension, valued at ￡248 million, will see Bombardier continue its maintenance, overhaul, service and cleaning services for Arriva CrossCountry's Voyager and Super Voyager fleet.
The UK government is investing ￡17 million into track and signalling infrastructure to support the lengthening of freight trains at Southampton's docks.
After being in operation for a year, Great Northern's Class 717 trains have enabled significant carbon emission savings across the Hertfordshire network.
The ARA has welcomed the policy that will support a strong Australian rail manufacturing sector and strengthen the supply chain.
To mark Clean Air Day 2020, Transport for Wales has celebrated its efforts in reducing its carbon emissions by 6.27 per cent during the 2019-2020 financial year.
The new carbon neutral ICE plant in the railway metropolis of Nuremberg will be able to fit 25 ICE trains daily, and create more than 450 jobs.
By working together, Siemens Energy and Siemens Mobility will be able to offer a complete hydrogen solution to customers, subsequently supporting the decarbonisation of the European rail industry.
Network Rail's fleet of autumn RHTT and MPV treatment trains treated 895,217 miles of track in 2019 – the equivalent of travelling to the moon three and a half times.
A report on the tests of Alstom's Coradia iLint trains has found that the hydrogen train is a fully viable alternative to diesel equipment.
Following the announcement about Tees Valley, TfN has highlighted that hydrogen power and electrification are key components of future plans for rail in the North.
The hydrogen-powered HydroFLEX train, developed by the University of Birmingham and Porterbrook, will help to decarbonise rail transportation.
Railway Approvals Germany GmbH and DB Systemtechnik GmbH have been recognised as independent certification and inspection bodies.
India’s National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) and Bombardier Transportation have unveilled the train design for India’s first Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS), inspired by Delhi’s iconic monument, The Lotus Temple.