Dutch rail infrastructure manager ProRail has released video footage of a motorist's dangerous exploits at a level-crossing.
An Australian rail safety video campaign which has been viewed almost 158 million times on YouTube is celebrating its fifth anniversary. On November 14, 2012, the 'Dumb Ways to Die' campaign was launched by the Melbourne metro to get across...
Having attracted media attention surrounding its testing and initial orders in Europe, we take a look at the train which is leading the way for the next generation of rolling stock.
The UK's Department for Transport has released its third 'Rolling Stock Perception' strategy which details the challenges of the market and what the government is doing to tackle them.
A delegation from Kosovo's rail industry has visited Bombardier's maintenance depot, Great Central Railway's new bridge and a level crossing on a recent trip to the UK. The group were visiting to learn about how the UK rail sector manages...
Translink NI Railways has invested £4 million in a bespoke multi-purpose engineering train to clear leaves off the line. 
Indian railway minister Piyush Goyal has said the department will change a 150-year-old convention as it reviews safety following the Mumbai stampede.
Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail) has said it hopes to begin installing a new advanced train protection system on the network by the end of the year.
Austria’s national rail operator, ÖBB, is planning to extend the rollout of body cams to its staff following a successful trial at the start of this year. From June, train staff across the network will also wear body cams. It...

Guards at South West Trains are testing out a new mobile app designed to give rail staff easier access to the Rule Book. Around 800 of the TOC’s guards will be trialling and providing feedback on the smartphone app with the hope the RSSB-led initiative will be made available for the whole industry in late […]

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