As Finland will be the first digital rail project on a public 5G network, they won’t be able to look to other European projects for guidance.
The 10km long railway project stretching from East to West would connect Africa with the Atlantic, the Red Sea, Middle East and Asia.
By SINEM CENGIZ Several states have begun to employ unconventional means of conducting their relations with each other and improving their international image, such as sports diplomacy, climate diplomacy, and virtual diplomacy. One of these means is railway diplomacy, a crucial tool in forging relations between states by creating a […]
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…
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.
In order to move heavy vehicles from storage to deployment areas across Europe (and other parts of the world), rail is essential. Rail provides force commanders with the ability to move heavy equipment quickly at distance and scale. It is also generally cheaper than a road, for example, moving two […]
ProRail has awarded Thales implementation of its European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) Central Safety System (CSS) into the Dutch railway network. In the Netherlands, ProRail’s work covers 7,000 kilometres of track, building and managing train stations and regulating trains traffic (1.4 million journeys every working day). The contract […]
Since the inauguration of the railways by late King Abdulaziz more than 70 years ago, the Kingdom is experiencing a growth that has reached a rail network of more than 5,000 km
Hon Fikile Mbalula, S.A Transport Minister: Govt will ensure industrialisation and the local production of steel and other inputs, rail lines and supplies, and rolling stock is promoted through policies that will require state and private operators to procure all supplies from South African-based manufacturers”
Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 19 Issue: 66 By: Vali Kaleji The Russo-Ukrainian war, the extensive sanctions against Russia that the West adopted in response, and the growing possibility that European border states will block east-west transit routes traversing Russian territory into Europe, including the so-called Northern Corridor of China’s Belt […]