Iran Railways plans to renovate its fleet in the next two years, said a senior ministry official in a report.
The Iranian minister of roads and urban development Abbas Akhoundi added that the trains which have been in service for
The European Commission has discussed development of railway co-operation with the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (IRIR), according to a report.
At a meeting with Henric Hololei, the director general for Mob
Autodesk, a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment creation software, is set to showcase its building, information, modeling (BIM) solutions for railways at the upcoming Middle East Rail conference in Dubai, UAE.
A new institute, focussed on on-the-job training, has opened in Buraidah to train staff for the Saudi Railway Company.
The Saudi Railway Polytechnic, run by a British institute, is connected with several colleges in the Kingdom, a repor
Germany's Siemens has signed an agreement worth 2.5 billion euros ($3.2 billion) to supply Russia's state-owned railways with 675 locomotives in a joint venture with the Russian company Sinara Group.
The memorandum was sig
Floods and landslides killed at least 103 people in southern Russia after two months' average rainfall fell in a few hours, forcing some to climb on to roofs and into trees to save themselves, police said on Saturday.
Many victims were eld
Regional governments must increase spending on social infrastructure projects to prevent the economy from shrinking and maintain job creation, three experts said in a white paper.
The white paper, ‘Building a sustainable framework for the
Road and railways networks of countries across the GCC, development of maritime and air transport systems, logistics and transportation will form the core of discussions of an upcoming transportation conference in Doha.
The GCC Transport a
India unveiled a $9 billion plan on Wednesday to expand its creaky and overstretched railway system and cut rail freight rates on grain and kerosene, a move which could help ease growing inflationary pressures.
The government plans to buil
Bahrain's first monorail line could run from Muharraq and pass through Manama, Seef, and Isa Town before ending at Alba.
It is the first of four proposed lines and is expected to cost $1 billion (BD378 million) to build, at $50m per ki