New York tram stages an unlikely comeback

Mayor follows US light-rail trend to manage rapid economic growth

HS2 headquarters opens amid cost dispute

Price tag for northern section has jumped 38%, it is claimed

Subway that never stops needs urgent overhaul

Improvements to New York’s ageing metro technology face challenges

King's Road, Chelsea

Celebrities rail at Chelsea station plan

Campaigners fear overdevelopment and effect on area’s identity

Alstom’s new chief has eye on deals

Poupart-Lafarge says Europe is ripe for consolidation

Passengers wait to board a bus operated by FirstGroup Plc at the central bus station in Oldham, U.K., on Tuesday, June 19, 2012. FirstGroup Plc rose the most in more than three years after Britain's biggest train operator boosted full-year earnings 90 percent and said it would accelerate an asset disposal program in its bus division. Photographer: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg

FirstGroup warns on profits after floods

Bad weather and driver shortages add to challenges

Change in order to conserve

The more the UK renegotiates EU membership, the more it forgoes opportunity for real change

Chinese rail project held up in Indonesia

Developer runs into problems days after groundbreaking ceremony

Norfolk Southern to cut jobs and routes

Drop in coal demand hits rail group stalked by Canadian Pacific

London Underground strike suspended

Largest union says it remains in ‘dispute’ over night Tube

UK sells stake in King’s Cross project

Pension fund pays £371m for part of 67-acre redevelopment site

Rail tale shows Vietnam business battle

Hanoi line woes highlight battle for sway among regional powers

Train groups derailed by commodities

Union Pacific and Canadian Pacific shares tumble as income drops

TfL to run all south London trains

Capital’s transport agency entrusted with improving services

MPs question valuations of public assets

Eurostar sale begs questions over reliance on paucity of consultants

Commodities slide blights US rail traffic

Slowdown arrives across the western US farm belt

Tube workers to strike over night service

Unions angry at lack of consultation as TfL seeks to recruit part-time drivers

Indian Railways: getting back on track

Minister’s job amounts to a case study in extreme management

Shale slump sidelines US oil trains

US shale off the rails as some foreign crude grades are cheaper

Jacques Gounon, Eurotunnel CEO

The head of the UK-France rail line link on migrants and Brexit

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