French multi-national company Alstom has confirmed that discussions have taken place with Siemens over a potential merging of their rail businesses.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has announced plans to install a traffic management system on the Transpennine route, creating what would be the UK's first digitally controlled intercity rail corridor.
Strukton Rail has had its maintenance contract for the Svealandsbanan between Södertälje and Valskog renewed by Trafikverket, the Swedish Transport Administration.
The province is electrifying parts of its GO railway network and is seeking design concepts as an alternative to conventional overhead wires.
When he acquired Stadler for CHF 4.5 million (around €3.9 million) in 1989, the firm only had 18 members of staff.
Russian Railways subsidiary and engineering firm RZD International has signed a contractual agreement to help restore and modernise Cuba's railways.
Singapore has created a new body to lead the delivery of a cross-border high-speed railway between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
A joint venture between Laing O’Rourke and John Holland has been given a $240 million contract to upgrade Sydenham station, Sydney, New South Wales, in Australia.