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January 13, 2012 Front Page Headlines 13th January 2012

South Wales coal trade gets green with trains

An eight-miles long disused freight line at Cwmgrach has been brought back into…
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Network Rail announces £1.5bn framework agreements

Network Rail has today announced new framework agreements of up to seven years…
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McGinley recognised within flagship Government Strategy

McGinley Support Services Limited has been congratulated by Deputy Prime Minister,…
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Transnet SA orders locomotives from GE Transportation

Transnet SOC Ltd. and GE South Africa Technologies Limited (GESAT) have signed…
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Alstom to deploy ERTMS on Belgian rail network

Belgian rail operator, Infrabel, and Alstom have just signed a framework contract…
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MTR shows community spirit with children’s visit to depot

Around 100 lucky children from Hong Kong enjoyed a different kind of train ride this week. They were inside an MTR train when it went through the automatic…
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Metro Trains Melbourne’s performance ‘on target’

Metro enters the New Year on a ‘solid footing’ after rounding out 2011 by exceeding performance targets for the seventh consecutive month. The number of trains running on time in December 2011 was 89.81 per cent and the number of services delivered was 98.36 per cent. Metro Corporate Relations general manager Leah Waymark says the...
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NXEA invests in more rail ticket machines at Norwich station

National Express East Anglia (NXEA) has invested £45,000 in installing three more new ticket collection machines at Norwich station, increasing the number…
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Norfolk Southern facilitates $9.5 billion in industrial investment in 2011

Norfolk Southern Corporation participated in the location of 73 new industries and the expansion of 27 existing industries along its rail lines in 2011. New plants and expansions announced in 2011 represented an investment of $9.5 billion by Norfolk Southern customers and are expected to create 6,800 jobs in the railroad’s territory, in future years...

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