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Railways are often controlled by governmental or independent safety and economic regulators, responsible for ensuring that railway operators and infrastructure managers comply with certain laws and standards. Regulatory aspects include funding requirements, access to railway networks and controlling the licenses of the operators of railway assets. Regulators also enforce consumer/passenger protection law in relation to the railway.
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Network Rail has installed the two lift shafts which will be used to provide step-free access at Plumstead station in south east London.
Alstom has merged all the entities operating in Poland into one company, ALSTOM Polska S.A., to strengthen its position as a leading manufacturer and exporter in the Polish rail industry.
The Australasian Railway Association has welcomed the NSW Government’s investment in several significant rail projects as part of its $72.3 billion transport infrastructure commitment.
Avanti West Coast has been awarded a long-term contract by DfT following significant improvements across reliability, punctuality and customer satisfaction.
TX Logistik AG have revealed that there has been a significant demand for international waste transport by rail in 2023.
Scotland’s Railway is investing £5.7m on track and drainage improvements that will see the East Coast Main Line closed.
大西部铁路已宣布重要的交易ck replacement and level crossing work between Bristol and Weston-super-Mare.
Amtrak have reached a new milestone in the Frederick Douglass Tunnel Programme with the selection of the first of three major construction contractors.
Transdev have been awarded a rail contract extension until 2031 by New Zealand's Greater Wellington Regional Council.
RIA Scotland has welcomed announcements by the Scottish Government which commit to rail decarbonisation funding.
Goldschmidt have been awarded a contract to supply a rail inspection vehicle with combined testing, measuring and analysis technology for the Berlin underground.
Caltrain, Balfour Beatty and PG&E are celebrating a major electrification milestone with the energisation of the second Traction Power Substation.
Network Rail are going to renew track and ballast inside the 170-year-old Dinmore Tunnel to boost reliability.
Network Rail have completed reliability upgrades at New Cross Junction, a location which controls the movement of trains in and out of London Bridge station.