The June issue of International Railway Journal will take a special look at Saudi Arabia – rail investment hotspot. Other articles cover latest railway industry news, marketplace, and railway trade publication.
SRO urges acceleration of projects
Aims to shave 10 years off national transport plan
Opening up the desert
SAR pushes ahead with ambitious plans
Metros at heart of Saudi urban transport
Projects in Riyadh, Jeddah, and Mecca now underway
Automatic operation arrives in Budapest
Line 4 opens 42 years after it was conceived
Washington Metro develops Momentum
Overcoming long-term funding shortages
Urban networks under pressure
How can cities improve public transport offerings?
Telediagnostics aids performance
Trenitalia locomotives adopt predictive maintenance
Auckland offers unusual challenges
Windhoff adapts system to meet workshop demands
Geographic Eligibility: USA, Canada, Mexico and Selected International
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.