Strengthening London’s railway backbone
Thameslink upgrade promises enhanced services.
Reconnecting the southwest’s sole main line
Transnet plays catch-up boost capacity
Demand intensifies on Richards Bay coal line
North America combats split wheel rims
Amsted investigates axial residual stress
African heavy-haul projects face local challenge.
Improving measuring wheelset viability
Web-based application offers economic benefits
No heat required
Innovative turnout solution cuts costs
New infrastructure players gain ground
SCI Verkehr’s analysis of the latest market trends
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.