keeps you up to speed on all the news and events in Europe’s railway transport industry. Developments in legislation, regulations and standards, the economic situation, advanced technologies, innovative solutions, new trends and current issues… we deliver the information in the form of technical articles and with interviews with key players in the field.
Our editorial team – comprising in-house specialists, external contributors from research institutes, operating companies, projects and initiatives, plus an extensive network of correspondents reporting on the news in the main markets in Europe – covers all the key conferences, trade fairs and congress meetings both in Europe and further afield.
Railway Gazette is a monthly business journal covering the railway, metro, light rail and tram industries worldwide. Available by annual subscription, the magazine is read in over 140 countries by transport professionals and decision makers, railway managers, engineers, consultants and suppliers to the rail industry. A mix of technical, commercial and geographical feature articles, plus the regular monthly news pages, cover developments in all aspects of the rail industry, including infrastructure, operations, rolling stock and signalling.
International Railway Journal
International Railway Journal – IRJ – is the world’s brightest and best international railway magazine. Covering all aspects of the world’s railways, more than 95% of IRJ’s readership of rail professionals actively requests it every year: with our impartial coverage, expert editorial team, and high-value readership, no other magazine comes close.
International Railway Journal is distributed to every country known to operate a railway or rapid transit system. In today’s rapidly changing market place, only a worldwide circulation will guarantee that you can get your message across to all your potential customers.
RAILWAY PRO is the premier railway business magazine in the wider Black Sea area. It provides insight of railway business environment and the major factors that influence it. All the data, researches, special analysis and news deliver strategic information for the decision process making of top management professionals in railways and connected sectors.
La Vie du Rail
La Vie du Rail magazine est un hebdomadaire français consacré au chemin de fer. Il est édité par le groupe de presse français La Vie du Rail. La Vie du Rail est à l’origine une revue interne de la SNCF s’appelant Notre Métier, née le 15 mai 1938, six mois après la création officielle de l’entreprise. Cette revue bimensuelle, qui était distribuée gratuitement aux cheminots, sera interdite pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale avant de reparaître en 1944. Elle prend le titre de Vie du Rail le 7 janvier 1952. Elle deviendra un hebdomadaire payant en 1965 et prendra son indépendance vis-à-vis de la SNCF, qui en reste un actionnaire minoritaire du groupe La Vie du Rail.
Aujourd’hui quatre éditions régionales s’adressent spécifiquement aux salariés de la SNCF, tandis que l’édition magazine vise un public plus large de lecteurs intéressés par le chemin de fer.
Published by the Fundación de los Ferrocarriles Españoles (Spanish Railway Foundation), Vía Libre is a specialist magazine dedicated to the railways. The publication exists in print and digital format offering different content. The print edition was first released in January 1964, and by September 2006 had reached its 500th issue. The magazine’s complete collection – with over 35,000 pages – chronicles a wide variety of national and international aspects of railway life, including technology, equipment, services, history, projects, infrastructure, books and engineering, etc.
All Vía Libre’s 500 issues are available in digital form on a double-sided DVD with a search engine to make consultation quick and efficient. The magazine also publishes the Anuario del Ferrocarril (Railway Yearbook) and other publications devoted to rail. The online edition of Vía Libre was launched in 2000 and initially only reproduced the contents of the print edition. Since December 2007 however, www.vialibre.org, which was developed as the rail sector’s information portal for the Spanish-speaking world, has published daily specific content produced expressly for this digital version.