Abellio’s ScotRail deal threatened by Labour

Scotrail Caledonian Sleeper - 2000....UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 04: ScotRail Caledonian Sleeper from London Euston Station approaching the Horseshoe Curve on the West Highland Line, after leaving Upper Tyndrum, 2000. (Photo by National Railway Museum/SSPL/Getty Images)

Scottish Labour wants public bidder to run train services

Union Pacific upbeat despite ports woes

West coast problems a big uncertainty for largest US rail network

Eurotunnel warning over MyFerryLink sale

Channel tunnel operator says it may have to dispose of bare assets

Cheaper fuel hits FirstGroup Greyhounds

Company’s UK rail and US transit units keep performance on track

Boston Subway train

China groups extend US ambitions

Manufacturing expansion plans go beyond supplying the Boston subway

Li Ka-shing to acquire Eversholt Rail

Tycoon to buy group that owns 28% of UK passenger-train fleet

Eurotunnel resumes service after fire

Channel tunnel operator warns of delays

Channel tunnel fire disrupts traffic

Lorry fire causes evacuation of 42 people

HS2 resident compensation scheme expanded

Enhanced offer for homeowners living near planned rail scheme

Nuclear waste train group to carry people

Deal brokered to relieve crowding in UK rail network

Trains delayed by ‘trampolines on the track’

New hazards are flying out of back gardens

Ecommerce spurs Eurotunnel expansion

Three new trains planned as cross-Channel trade booms

Hitachi to open £82m train plant in Durham

Japanese group builds to supply expanding network

Week in Review, January 10

CES, Petrobras, StanChart and US container ports dispute featured

Rail network BNSF lifts container ban

Group reverses restriction made because of port labour dispute

California steams as new rail line begins

Ground broken in Central Valley on ‘train to nowhere’

China megadeals sway Asia bank rankings

Region’s biggest three deals of 2014 were the product of SoE reforms

Rail fares rise follows festive chaos

Campaigners call for CPI link

Big ships leave ports awash with problems

Container areas in Los Angeles and Long Beach often overflowing

Chinese train makers agree $26bn merger

Shares surge on news of deal aimed at challenging global rivals


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