Commuter rail booms in Chile
Systems grow in Santiago, Valparaiso and Concepcion
Bolivia: still struggling to bridge the gap
Latest study for Atlantic – Pacific line takes shape
The route to cleaner diesel
Aiding adoption of EU Stage IIIB-compliant engines
LNG: fuel of the future?
US Class 1s trial cheaper and cleaner fuel for locos
Traction and energy
Breathing new life into British emus
Re-tractioning improves performance and efficiency
Weathering steel shows promise
Electrification projects could reap benefits
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About International Railway Journal Magazine:
International Railway Journal, introduced in 1960 as the first truly international railway trade publication, covers the rapidly developing railway marketplace for railway and rail transit managers and engineers, suppliers, and consultants worldwide. IRJ’s editorial coverage encompasses national railways worldwide, and public transport authorities in every city known to operate an urban rail system.