Trains for the Liverpool City Region achieve key milestone as car-body production progresses and final assembly is set to start

The new fleet of Stadler trains, being introduced on to the Merseyrail network from 2020, has reached a highly significant point in the manufacturing process, with the first car-bodies nearing [...]

September 25th, 2018|News|

Porterbrook and University of Birmingham sign partnership to develop HydroFlex – the UK’s first hydrogen train

Porterbrook has entered into an MoU with the University of Birmingham’s Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (‘BCRRE’) to create HydroFlex - the UK's first hydrogen powered train. The [...]

September 20th, 2018|News|

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Rail Professional UK September 2018 cover

This issue features…

  • Johnny Schute

Interview: Johnny Schute

Sam Sherwood-Hale spoke to Johnny Schute, the new Chief Operating Officer of the Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) Johnny [...]

  • Coen

Fostering the future of safety

Coen van Gulijk from the Institute of Railway Research at the University of Huddersfield, analyses technology in safety management systems [...]

  • Chris Acton Head of Rail Safety AECOM

Wellbeing vs safety

Chris Acton, Head of Rail Safety UK&I at AECOM, takes a look at attitudes towards mental health in the workplace [...]

  • Icomera

How to stop a hack

The rail industry is increasingly viewed as a viable target by cyber-criminals, and the stakes for effectively guarding against attacks [...]

  • Chris Laws

Global supply chain risks rise

Chris Laws, Head of Product Development – Supply & Compliance at Dun & Bradstreet explains how data can keep transport [...]