The first section of the Rhine-Rhone High Speed Rail link went into service, allowing shorter journey time between France and Switzerland.
In this edition of our high-speed rail news roundup, we look at where America stands in the efforts to make high speed trains a reality.
Rail Europe’s President and CEO, Frederic Langlois, looks back on the year so far and shares some thoughts on the emerging rail trends.
In this edition of our high speed rail news series, we cover new developments of high speed rail lines in France and Spain, the latest generation of TGV trains going into service, and environmental breakthroughs including a solar power train tunnel and Eurostar’s ambitious plan to further lower its carbon footprint.
This edition of high-speed rail news really is about the fast track – to more cities at swifter speeds. Spain, France and Germany are all making significant inroads to help travelers get where they want to go – and fast.
A new high-speed rail link connecting St.Petersburg to Scandinavia. The Netherlands sees a drop in ridership while Amtrak hopes to pick up more passengers with leaf-peepers.
Munich is best known the world over for its incredibly rambunctious Oktoberfest. For 16 days, over six million lager lovers turn the city into a giant keg party.
Our latest addition to High Speed Rail News includes L.A. to San Francisco bullet train is in the works thanks to President Obama’s high-speed program and high-speed continues to chug along, with RENFE unveiling its latest class of rapid transit
Will stimulus money bring high-speed rail to fruition? Are the Russians joining the rail race? Here’s the latest in the Fast Track.
First Edition of High Speed Rail News Imagine going from Great Britain to the Great Wall – by train and in two days flat. This is just one of the exciting ideas gaining traction overseas.
This blog section dares to decimate any notion that the train is anything but modern, efficient and futuristic. And will change the way we travel in exciting new ways.
Before you make that reservation at a très chic, crowded restaurant for Valentine’s Day, or try to figure out how to sum up your feelings in 200 characters or less for a card attached to overpriced roses, why not consider looking into a trip to Paris? The memories will last much longer than that fancy box of chocolates!
Visit the D-Day landing beaches this Veterans Day. See where Operation Overlord began. Compare the beauty this region holds today with the state it was in back in 1944, you’ll be overwhelmed with emotion. Use a France Rail Pass to see it all!