Most months we run two specialist features in Rail Engineer magazine.

For more information, please contact +44(0)1530 816 440 or e-mail news@rail-media.com.


January 2018

Stations

Rail Engineer reports on station construction and redevelopment, using technology to improve the passenger experience, and managing access and revenue.

Accessibility, Architecture, BIM, Barriers, Buildings, CCTV, Car Parks, Catering, Cleaning, Escalators, Landlord Permissions,  Lifts, Lighting, Maintenance, Passenger, Information, Systems, Planning Issues, Platform / Train Interface, Platform Screen
Doors, Platforms, Records, Refurbishment, Reporting, Retail, Security, Software, Smart Ticketing.


February 2018

Rail Infrastructure

Experts in their field look at what’s involved in maintaining and renewing the railway’s infrastructure and at advances in technology to making it faster, easier and more cost effective.

Asset Management, Cable Hangers, Construction, Drainage,  Examinations, Lifting, Modular Systems, Painting, Plant & Equipment, Precast Sections, Refurbishment, Replacement, Rope Access, Scaffolding, Spray Concrete, Surveying Equipment, Surveying Techniques, Tunnel Boring, Ventilation, Waterproofing.

Environment

The environment, in its widest context, is becoming increasingly important to rail projects, whether this be sustainable development, protecting the environment, reducing emissions or global warming.

Carbon Emissions, Climate Change, Coastal Protection, Efficiency, Flood prevention, Green Initiatives, Planning, Recycling, Seasonal Issues, Surveys, Sustainability, Sustainable Programmes, Vegetation, Waste Disposal, Wildlife.


March 2018

Signalling & Telecommunications

Three of Rail Engineer’s writers specialise in this complex field that keeps the railway running and will provide the key to increased capacity and safer running in the future.

Barriers, Broadband, CCTV, Displays, Driverless Systems, Equipment, ERTMS, GSM-R, Gantries, Hazard Warnings, IP Networks, Information Systems, Level Crossing Surfaces, Loudspeakers, Operating Systems, Protection Systems, Radio, Resignalling Schemes, Signalling Power, Software, Training, Warning Systems, WiFi.


April 2018

Rolling Stock & Depots

With trains and their systems becoming ever more complicated, Rail Engineer’s specialist writers cover everything that improves performance, increases efficiency, and keeps customers happy.

Components, Condition Monitoring, Depots, Equipment, Fuel, Inspection, Interiors, Lifting, Light-Rail Vehicles, Lighting, Maintenance, New designs, Passenger Information & Entertainment, Refurbishment, Train Washing, Tram-Train, Underground Trains, Wheel / Rail Interface.

Technology

Trains, signalling, asset management, communications, and even station control systems, all have technology at their heart. Developing this technology presents its own challenges.

Academic Research, Advanced, Thinking, Compliance, Innovation, Internet of Trains, Latest Technology, New Working Practices, Novel Techniques, Pilot Studies, Product, Approvals, Research & Development, Testing.

Infrarail preview

Floorplan, Exhibitors, Displays, Products, Services, Seminar Programme, Exhibition Timetable.


May 2018

Permanent Way

Twice a year, Rail Engineer considers the elements that make up the permanent way – rails, sleepers, clips, pads, ballast and even the make-up of the embankment on which the track sits.

Ballast, Excavation, Fastenings, Geotechnical, Grinding, Installation, Lifting, Lighting, Maintenance, Milling, On-track Machines, PPE, Piling, Plant Hire, Plant Maintenance, Rail, Rail Handling, Repairs, Road-Rail Plant, S&C, Site Access, Sleepers, Soil Nailing, Structures, Tamping, Welding.


June 2018

Electrification & Power

As the UK rail network is one of the biggest consumers of electricity in the UK, it is always investigating ways to innovate, reduce costs, introduce new power alternatives and reduce carbon.

Cabinets, Components, Connectors, Control Equipment and Systems, Cables, Distribution Networks, Earthing, Fasteners, Generators, Housings, Insulation, Lamps, Lightning Protection, Monitoring, OLE, Pantographs, Power Supplies, Security, Substations, Transformers.


July 2018

Stations

Rail Engineer reports on station construction and redevelopment, using technology to improve the passenger experience, and managing access and revenue.

Accessibility, Architecture, BIM, Barriers, Buildings, CCTV, Car Parks, Catering, Cleaning, Escalators, Landlord Permissions,  Lifts, Lighting, Maintenance, Passenger, Information, Systems, Planning Issues, Platform / Train Interface, Platform Screen
Doors, Platforms, Records, Refurbishment, Reporting, Retail, Security, Software, Smart Ticketing.


August 2018

Rail Infrastructure

Experts in their field look at what’s involved in maintaining and renewing the railway’s infrastructure and at advances in technology to making it faster, easier and more cost effective.

Asset Management, Cable Hangers, Construction, Drainage, Examinations, Lifting, Modular Systems, Painting, Plant & Equipment, Precast Sections, Refurbishment, Replacement, Rope Access, Scaffolding, Spray Concrete, Surveying Equipment, Surveying Techniques, Tunnel Boring, Ventilation, Waterproofing.


September 2018

Signalling & Telecommunications

Three of Rail Engineer’s writers specialise in this complex field that keeps the railway running and will provide the key to increased capacity and safer running in the future.

Barriers, Broadband, CCTV, Displays, Driverless Systems, Equipment, ERTMS, GSM-R, Gantries, Hazard Warnings, IP Networks, Information Systems, Level Crossing Surfaces, Loudspeakers, Operating Systems, Protection Systems, Radio, Resignalling Schemes, Signalling Power, Software, Training, Warning Systems, WiFi.

Technology

Trains, signalling, asset management, communications, and even station control systems, all have technology at their heart. Developing this technology presents its own challenges.

Academic Research, Advanced, Thinking, Compliance, Innovation, Internet of Trains, Latest Technology, New Working Practices, Novel Techniques, Pilot Studies, Product, Approvals, Research & Development, Testing.


October 2018

Rolling Stock & Depots

With trains and their systems becoming ever more complicated, Rail Engineer’s specialist writers cover everything that improves performance, increases efficiency, and keeps customers happy.

Components, Condition Monitoring, Depots, Equipment, Fuel, Inspection, Interiors, Lifting, Light-Rail Vehicles, Lighting, Maintenance, New designs, Passenger Information & Entertainment, Refurbishment, Train Washing, Tram-Train, Underground Trains, Wheel / Rail Interface.


November 2018

Permanent Way

Twice a year, Rail Engineer considers the elements that make up the permanent way – rails, sleepers, clips, pads, ballast and even the make-up of the embankment on which the track sits.

Ballast, Excavation, Fastenings, Geotechnical, Grinding, Installation, Lifting, Lighting, Maintenance, Milling, On-track Machines, PPE, Piling, Plant Hire, Plant Maintenance, Rail, Rail Handling, Repairs, Road-Rail Plant, S&C, Site Access, Sleepers, Soil Nailing, Structures, Tamping, Welding.

Environment

The environment, in its widest context, is becoming increasingly important to rail projects, whether this be sustainable development, protecting the environment, reducing emissions or global warming.

Carbon Emissions, Climate Change, Coastal Protection, Efficiency, Flood prevention, Green Initiatives, Planning, Recycling, Seasonal Issues, Surveys, Sustainability, Sustainable Programmes, Vegetation, Waste Disposal, Wildlife.


December 2018

Electrification & Power

As the UK rail network is one of the biggest consumers of electricity in the UK, it is always investigating ways to innovate, reduce costs, introduce new power alternatives and reduce carbon.

Cabinets, Components, Connectors, Control Equipment and Systems, Cables, Distribution Networks, Earthing, Fasteners, Generators, Housings, Insulation, Lamps, Lightning Protection, Monitoring, OLE, Pantographs, Power Supplies, Security, Substations, Transformers.