Why Indian Railways is looking for the next big trainee

Why Indian Railways is looking for the next big trainee

India’s railways will be hiring the next trainee in 2019, a key decision that has raised concerns among the country’s private sector leaders.The country’s largest private railway operator, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), has been trying to recruit trainee trainees for over a year, but the recruitment process has faced resistance from the industry, with some…

Kazakhstan: Railway Transportation Agency to issue new rules

Kazakhstan: Railway Transportation Agency to issue new rules

Kazakhstan is considering new rules for the transport of passenger trains, including restrictions on their movement through restricted areas, according to the country’s railway transportation agency.The transport agency’s executive director, Zafar Mammadov, told reporters Thursday that the agency had received a request from the Ministry of Transport and Transportation for a regulation to be published…

Bulgarian Railways to take measures to reduce air pollution

Bulgarian Railways to take measures to reduce air pollution

Bulgaria’s main railway operator is to take some measures to improve the environment.Bulgarian Railways (BRN) has already been given a two-year period to implement measures to curb pollution by limiting coal combustion, which is also the source of the pollution in many European countries.Brussels-based BRN announced on Monday that it would work on reducing coal…

When a train leaves your car, you’re responsible for its journey

When a train leaves your car, you’re responsible for its journey

A train travelling between Sydney and Canberra could be forced to pay the freight of a $50,000 journey by way of compensation.Key points:Railway Transport Minister David Elliott says the train’s freight is a “serious problem” for commutersThe Department of Transport is currently working on how to implement the compensation scheme, which will cost the rail…