The first engineering transport university in Russia – St. Petersburg State University of Railways of Emperor Alexander I – this year marks the 210th anniversary of its founding. The rector of the educational institution, Aleksandr Panychev, told Gudk why applicants choose technical specialties and what current graduates of sectoral universities expect from future employers.
The SBB Chairman of the Board,Monika Ribar admits that problems are currently accumulating in the Group. But she defends herself against the accusation of having set the priorities wrong in this interveiw with NZZ’s Helmut Stalder and Christof Forster
Press Release-The press has recently been reporting about the purchase of the locomotives business of a German manufacturer by the Chinese State-owned train-builder CRRC, thereby confirming China’s strategy to enter and conquer the European rail market. In this context, UNIFE deems as essential to reiterate its call for a real […]
Continued “strategic support” from the government will ensure the rail industry remains at the forefront of greener transport options for businesses and passengers. This is the opinion of the Railway Industry Association (RIA) – the voice of the rail supply community – following the government’s announcement that £300 million will […]
Russian Railways for the first time demonstrated the unmanned high-speed electric train “Lastochka” in motion on the experimental ring of the All-Russian Research Institute of Railway Transport in Shcherbinka, TASS correspondent reports. During the test run, “Swallow” automatically stopped in front of a mannequin, which was specially put in the […]