Luxembourg's new light rail network, Luxtram, has commissioned the first new section of tramway.
Deutsche Bahn (DB) has launched a new 300 km/h ICE service between Berlin and Munich which will cut journey times between the two cities by up to two hours.
The governments of Uzbekistan and Afghanistan have agreed to work together to build a railway line from the city of Mazar-i-Sharif to Herat, two of the largest cities in Afghanistan.
The ACTN Consortium has been appointed to complete the civil works for the Cuenca tram, Ecuador.
The team delivering Berlin's U5 gap closure project has completed the Unter den Linden station box - one of three new U-Bahn stations being built in the German capital.
Alstom has agreed to help the Iraqi government develop light rail systems in Baghdad and Basra.
Officials in Southern California have broken ground on a $1.5 billion extension of the Foothill Gold Line between Glendora and Montclair.
Authorities in Uzbekistan have commissioned the country's new Bukhara-Miskin railway.
Dutch rail infrastructure manager ProRail has said that all of the Netherlands' unguarded level crossings will be eliminated "within a few years."
Telecommunications firms Samsung and KDDI have successfully tested 5G onboard a high-speed train in Japan.