Although focused on investment in public services, supporting business and boosting living standards, extra money has been committed to some of the UK's major rail projects.
Washington's metro operator, WMATA, is considering lengthening all of its trains to eight cars to increase capacity and reduce overcrowding.
The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, has attended the official opening of the Gibela joint venture's new train manufacturing facility in Dunnottar.
The Department for Transport has signed off a £350 million loan to help cover the rising cost of Crossrail.
Rail Minister Jo Johnson visited South Yorkshire for the long-awaited launch of a new tram-train service between Sheffield and Rotherham.
The ForCity Smart Artic Helsinki tram is based on an original idea of Helsinki City Transport and has been developed in collaboration between HKL and Škoda Transtech.
British Steel has secured a major new four-year contract from Infrabel, Belgium’s national rail infrastructure manager, for the maintenance and renewal of the country’s rail network.
The first of 15 Coradia Polyvalent trains destined for APIX, the Senegalese Agency for Investment Promotion and Public works, has left Alstom’s site in Reichshoffen, France.
ETFE, which has been used at Birmingham New Street, Carlisle Citadel, and Manchester Piccadilly stations, is much lighter than glass, offers greater light transmission and is shatterproof.
Getzner's US headquarters are in Charlotte, North Carolina, which is also being expanded to create additional space.