Brussels has more than five acres of vacant space up for bids—all of it under a main rail station.
Japan's railroads roll out another character-based train, this one to promote opening a theme park whose opening is still delayed.
Spain is poised for a new era of cheap rail travel as two new low-cost high-speed services enter the market.
An icon of the past still operates as a luxury nostalgia train, but the tickets are steep.
Mark Smith, the Man in Seat 61, has a financial rescue plan for Eurostar—is the UK government listening?
China is testing a prototype of a mag-lev train that could soon be the world's rail speed champ.
With passenger volume thinned to a trickle and quarantines in both UK and Europe, Eurostar's operator sees financial disaster ahead.
More than 100 years after its opening and nearly 60 years after its original hall was razed, America's busiest station gets some shiny new spaces.
Five years after the original deadline, U.S. railroads have finally complied with a key safety mandate.
Nearly sixty years after the destruction of Penn Station, New York City gets a new braggable space for Amtrak and New Jersey commuters.
Germany takes another step toward upgrading and coordinating its rail service as an alternative to flying.
Florida's high-speed rail line, currently building an extension to Orlando's airport, will now add another station to serve Disney World directly.
Germany's rail system plans to go green with hydrogen-fueled trains replacing diesel.
A well-known Canadian rail attraction is adding a U.S. route as well, starting next year.
With traffic down 95% due to the pandemic, questions grow about the key service and the rail systems it connects.