According to Deutsche Bahn, EUs' goal of shifting millions of passengers to rail in order to reduce transport emissions, means the continent’s high-speed track network expansion from 11,000 kilometers today to 32,000 kilometers by 2050.
SBB aims to save 850 gigawatt hours of electricity by 2030, which corresponds to around 30 percent of its total energy requirement
According to the new Greenpeace report, which analysed costs for 112 different routes on nine different days, 79 journeys were cheaper by plane.
According to Forbes, the Norwegian Nordland Line is one of Europe's most scenic railway journeys.
To reach net zero emissions, diesel in rail has to disappear. And how to do that, when the overall energy use of rail worldwide is currently split with diesel..
By 2050 zero-emission locomotives may have completely replaced conventional diesel-powered equipment on the railways of the world.