The Greening Freight Transport Package (GFTP) seemed to be a sign of EU-wide political will to bring significant changes and improve the transport sector in the continent. The Regulation on the Use of Railway Infrastructure Capacity was supposed to be the flagship of this Package, which is why it was received with the most optimism out of GFTP’s three directives....Read more
|Comment|author: RF Editorial

Timber yard planned for Scottish Highlands

The multinational timber processing company West Fraser would like a rail freight terminal at its Highland mill. The company has begun the planning application process. If it is successful it would see raw timber trains...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

Construction on CKU line to start in October 2024

Construction on the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan (CKU) rail line will start in October 2024, according to Kyrgyz president Sadyr Zhaparov. Negotiations on the line have been long ongoing, and many uncertainties around financing remain.Read more
|Comment|author: Dennis van der Laan

Ukrainian Railways grows exports by 48,8%

Ukrainian Railways (UZ) has exported 30,4 million tonnes of goods between January and April 2024. This is 48,8 per cent more than during the same period last year. PKP LHS, operating between Poland and Ukraine,...Read more
|Comment|author: Dennis van der Laan