Breathtaking scenery and breathtaking dangers -- both will face Chinese engineers as they embark on building the world's most difficult railway.
The project is part of China's huge regional infrastructure plan to build a high-speed rail network connecting the southern city of Kunming with Laos, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.
State-owned China Railway Group has signed a $2.5 billion (1.96 billion pounds) memorandum of understanding with Russia to build a high-speed railway in the country, the China Daily reported on...
A leading Chinese company has signed an agreement to lay a dual-gauge track on the capital Dhaka-adjacent Narayanganj district route to increase Bangladesh Railway's capacity nearly fourfold.
Canadian plane and train manufacturer Bombardier Inc has signed a US$1.14 billion contract to supply passenger trains to the two new operators of Britain's South Western rail franchise.
Kenya has just opened its largest infrastructure project in over 50 years—with a little help from some Chinese friends.
Ontario's Minister of Transportation, Stephen Del Duca, delivered some electrifying news at a media event yesterday.
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