The port city is claiming a first for having driverless trains operate in a complex system with conventional trains.
Starting October 30, long-distance travel on public transport in Canada will require proof of vaccination.
The physical railroads played a part in the Underground Railroad, which will be explored by new exhibits at the B&O Railroad Museum in Maryland.
France will soon debut new, more environment-friendly high-speed trains and is also bulking up its budget rail network.
Belgium's rail operator is celebrating Europe's Year of the Railway with a game that sends players scrambling through stations for clues.
Tacoma's Union Station, a civic joy that was threatened with destruction when rail traffic died lives on as a Federal courthouse, with an impressive display of Chihuly glass as well.
Starting to recover from near-bankruptcy, the Channel Tunnel train service is running more trains again.
A new way to see parts of the American west on a two-day excursion from "the Rockies to the Red Rocks"
A National Afternoon Tea Week special could become a regular feature—and attraction—on some British trains
A system that lets concerned passengers quietly message Netherlands rail operator NS will become permanent
One of Europe's biggest modern rail projects is making its way from the drawing board to construction in the Baltics.
Looking ahead, Amtrak is replacing its aging regular trains now that it has gotten new cars for Acela Express
A well-heeled start-up is taking aim at the luxury end of the reviving European night sleeper train business.
California's high-speed rail project just got back some Trump-cancelled funding, but the whole project is still a day late and a dollar short of completion.
More space on the train, more parking at the station to serve the growing numbers of bike-to-train commuters and travelers.