The T-MEC corridor will bypass Texas and go through New Mexico instead, according to a top Mexican official. Ariana Garcia Texas is losing out on a major trade railway worth billions of dollars in response to Gov. Greg Abbott’s recently rescinded enhanced safety inspections for commercial trucks entering the state through […]
Africa is not copying Chinese political model despite increasing closeness to Beijing. Yet, West is slow, reluctant to embrace Africa’s urgent needs for hard infrastructure for quick exit from under-development…
“This paper draws on lessons from the railways of the nineteenth century to help us answer questions about the prospects of the African railway renaissance today.”…..
14 hydrogen locomotives will completely replace the diesel ones on the regional Bremervörde line, near Hamburg
Bangladesh and India have signed two contracts for the construction of a new broad-gauge line between Khulna-Darsana and conversion of metre gauge line into a dual-gauge line between Parbatipur and Kaunia. “Milestone in India-Bangladesh development cooperation! Consultancy Contracts for Khulna-Darsana and Parbatipur-Kaunia rail projects under India LOC signed today. These […]
The Ghana Railway Company Limited (GRCL) will serve as the rail operator, while the Thelo DB consortium will serve as the rail manager.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) said private sector investment in Africa’s infrastructure in 2020 was 19 billion dollars, the highest since 2016. Mr Solomon Quaynor, AfDB Vice President for the Private Sector, Infrastructure and Industrialisation said this at a webinar organised by the bank and the Japan International Cooperation Agency […]
Egypt has signed a $656 million deal with Hyundai Rotem to upgrade Cairo’s Metro and help localise the industry, the Egyptian Ministry of Transportation said on Wednesday. The South Korean company will manufacture and supply 320 cars and 40 trains for the city’s second and third metro lines in the agreement signed […]
““I traveled several times on the train bound for Lobito, Benguela, and I could see that the train was working well”- President João Lourenço of Angola
The Department of Transportation’s Federal Railroad Administration will make more than $16 billion available to improve rail by the end of this year alone.