Railway Strategies

Railway Strategies is a publication designed to address the latest issues in the rail sector, both nationally and internationally, and can be accessed here on the Railway Strategies website or in full digital and print magazine formats.

Practical and factual, engaging and challenging, Railway Strategies is an information packed resource for senior rail industry executives. Within its pages we explore and report on the issues that face the industry today, and present the latest developments and achievements as they unfold.

Our aim is to share the latest ideas, innovations, strategies and best practice from all disciplines in the sector. This runs alongside a continuously updated selection of case studies of prominent and successful companies from different sectors of the industry, which provide real world examples of how these ideas are put into practice.

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Profiles

Courtesy of the impressive performance it has delivered for almost two decades, Metro Service was recently awarded the O&M contracts for the third line of the Copenhagen Metro and the Greater Copenhagen Light Rail Line 3 project

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Profiles

Track IQ’s customised wayside systems provide invaluable data to infrastructure and rolling stock operators and maintainers, helping them to optimise their processes and ensure their safe and reliable performance

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Profiles

Arriva TrainCare’s extensive facilities and varied service offerings are playing a vital role in supporting the UK rail industry during what is a significant year of change

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Profiles

Owned and managed by Nexus, the Tyne and Wear Metro is one of the UK’s busiest light rail systems outside London. It carries around 36 million passengers a year, and has consistently led the way in innovation since it was established

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Features

Simon Holmes and Mark Barrett take a look at the benefits that 5G technology will bring to both passengers and TOCs

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Features

Large and complex projects need a culture of collaboration from all parties

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