Shift5’s mission is to make the world’s fleets smarter and safer. Shift5 is a product company that deploys hardware and software onto civilian and military platforms—from rail and aircraft to maritime, space,
The April 2021 issue of Railway Age is now available digitally, with deep dives into Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern’s move to create the first USMCA Railroad as well as Amtrak’s 50th anniversary.
PTC has made much progress at reducing railroad operational risks, but optimizing safety and efficiency never stops. As railroads continue to innovate, further improvements and operational advancements will be deployed. Safety HMI
MTA Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) is introducing changes to its TrainTime® app as well as platform signs and audio announcements to provide real-time seat availability information an improve rider accessibility.
Mitsui Rail Capital, LLC (MRC) has hired Jeff Rasmussen as Director of Sales and Marketing; MERMEC, Inc. has appointed Fred Ange to Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Compliance Officer, and Soheil Saadat to Vice President of Business Development and Sales.
More MTA New York City Transit (NYCT) subway trains are operating on time, in many cases at increased speeds, as a the result of a major effort to update grade time (GT) signals begun under former NYCT President Andy Byford.
Siemens Mobility has released its first consolidated online catalog of railcar and locomotive components for rolling stock manufacturers, OEMs and operators, as well as the first of a four-part “docuseries” showcasing the “importance of American rail investment.”
In this episode of Rail Group On Air, RT&S Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson talks with the leaders behind the MTA Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) Mainline Expansion Project.
Currently deployed around the world on some five-dozen rail transit lines, Thales’ Urban Rail Signaling solution SelTrac™ CBTC (Communications-Based Train Control) technology is now in its eighth generation.
Thales has launched new CBTC (communications-based train control) and real-time passenger density systems, and partnered with Invision AI and Metrolinx to develop technology that allows trains to track potential obstacles.