China rail group signs $5.5bn Africa deals

Latest sign Beijing’s ‘New Silk Road’ strategy is gaining traction

Cyber experts warn over railway security

New technology on trains could be at risk from cyber attacks

Union Pacific held back by weaker volumes

Rail operator hit by labour disruption at ports on US West Coast

Alstom unit charged with bribery

Allegations add to sprawling corruption case

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Modi reforms crucial to Siemens’ India plans

Wait-and-see approach taken by foreign businesses in the country

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New York port body ‘damaged’ by scandals

Transport network aims to reform image

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Low fuel price weighs on FirstGroup

Numbers down on Greyhound coaches as more people drive themselves

UK rail nationalisation would save £1.5bn

Changes could fund an 8 per cent cut in ticket prices, TUC argues

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Business pioneers in transport

It is often not inventors of technology who change the world but those who exploit it

Scrap price slump cools hot metal trade

Market forces help curb thefts on UK railways and church roofs

Dow Transports puts shadow on US equities

Barometer of economy and overall sentiment lags broader market

Peers argue HS2 case has not been made

Cheaper options for easing rail congestion should be explored

FirstGroup to expand commuter services

Train operator to add 4,000 seats as part of Great Western deal

Rail passenger complaints on the rise

Grievances with Virgin Trains drive upward trend

Property prices boosted by Crossrail

Knight Frank research reveals impact of scheme

HS2 arriving at Crewe due six years early

Rail service could reach north of England ahead of 2033 schedule

Eurotunnel buoyed by UK economic recovery

Euro weakness against the pound boosts passenger numbers

Passport checks threaten travel chaos

Tunnel and ferry operators decry checks on people leaving UK

Mexican journalist vows to fight sacking

Reporter broke story of alleged house gift to president’s family

FirstGroup selects Hauser as chairman

Transport group aims to be steered back on track to profits


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