Indian Railways has asked the State Bank of India and ICICI Bank, among others, to provide around 15,000 point of sale (PoS) machines at reservation counters, with about a thousand of these machines to be made available by December 31, to make railway travel bookings digital.
The Thai Transport Ministry said it would launch bidding for five double-track rail route construction projects worth 101.5 billion baht (EUR 2.6 billion) in December. The State Railway of Thailand is now in the process of gathering feedback on the draft bidding terms.
French Railways (SNCF) introduced on December 1st a new online compensation scheme for passengers whose journeys are delayed by 30 minutes or more.
The Award ceremony for the 3rd edition of the UIC Global Research & Innovation Awards took place on the 1st of December 2016 as part of the UIC General Assembly Gala Dinner.
Date: 23 – 25 January 2017 Location: Berlin, Germany Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.rail-track-maintenance.com/ Event Description:
Location: Paris, UIC HQ
The 19th Rail Business Awards are open to any company of any size that conducts business within the UK rail industry, the RBA recognises and celebrates the best of those businesses. Companies may enter as many categories as they wish and submissions are welcome from
The annual InnoTesting conference in Wildau (near Berlin) has gained a reputation as an international event for the exchange of ideas and experience in the field of simulation and testing in the aerospace industry as well as for the automotive sector, rail systems and electric power generation.
ÖBB, Austrian National Railways, has been organising an open innovation challenge since early 2016 to give everybody the chance to actively contribute to shaping ÖBB's future.
Today's article features a column published by Rail Technology Magazine: The Rail Freight Group (RFG) has warned that the government’s planned reforms to the British railway must be of benefit to freight shippers as well as passengers.
The main goal of the Rail Talent project is to “Create a better future for railways!” by using the existing and future potential of our workforce. It has set up various initiatives to prepare a new generation of railway talents for work on domestic and international challenges.
Today's article features a nice story from Rail Technology Magazine: A new initiative has been launched by London Transport Museum (LTM) to help tackle the UK’s shortage in engineers by encouraging children as young as three to consider a career in the sector.