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NetworkRail   20 April 2017   London   United Kingdom  
<p>Passengers at Hackney Wick station will be able to get to their trains more quickly and more easily when the new station is completed next year, following the installation of a pedestrian subway during the Easter weekend.<br /><br />The 2,000 tonne concrete ...
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NTD.TV   14 March 2017   Japan   Kansai, Osaka  
<p>A monorail is just like any railway – except for that it uses just one rail instead of a pair of rails. Monorail trains started production at the beginning of the 20th century. The earliest monorail trains were stabilized by a gyroscope. With this new innovation, ...
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<p>Malaysia and Singapore have signed an agreement that paves the way for tendering to begin next year for an international high-speed railway.</p> <p>The 350km-long The Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) rail line will have eight stations and will ...
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The construction index   25 August 2016   New Dehli   India  
<p>More than 1,900km of rail scheme were approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by prime minister Shri Narendra Modi. The nine schemes include a 280km passenger and freight line between Itarsi and Nagpur and a 287km line linking Vijaywada ...
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Mirror   19 July 2016   UK   London  
<p>Lines between London Bridge and East Croydon, south London, were taken off service, with the hole - which is six feet wide - opening up in Forest Hill, south east London just after 1pm</p>
Filed under: Natural Hazards   26 April 2016   India   New Delhi  
<p>The 2nd Global Geosynthetics Summit will be held 19 &ndash; 20 May 2016 in New Delhi, India. The key speakers for the event, just announced, include India ministry leaders in transportation and textiles. Also, the top speakers list includes educators and ...
Daily Mail   21 January 2016   Indonesia   Jakarta  
<p>WALINI, Indonesia (AP) &mdash; Indonesia broke ground Thursday on a joint project with China to build Southeast Asia's first high speed rail service, linking the Indonesian capital Jakarta with Bandung in western Java.<br />The 142.3 kilometer (88.4 mile) ...
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Railway -   09 October 2015   Sri Lanka   Colombo  
<p>Sri Lanka will be calling for international competitive bids for its first urban railway project, that would connect the centre of the capital city Colombo to its suburbs.<br />The 30km rail project is likely to begin in 2019.<br />Sri Lanka's Board of ...
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