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September 11, 2013

Spain rail improves signs after derailment

Adif, Spain’s rail infrastructure company, identified 80 "transition points" on its network where trains are required to significantly decelerate and installed signs at these locations to remind drivers to slow down.


August 21, 2013

Spanish judge may expand derailment charges to rail firm

The judge who is overseeing an investigation into a train accident in Spain last month presented preliminary charges against Adif, the state-run rail infrastructure company. The attention has focused until now on the driver of the train, which derailed near the northwestern city of Santiago de Compostela, killing 79 people and injuring many more.


January 23, 2013

Spain connects HSR service with rest of Europe

The newly opened high-speed line, connecting Madrid, Barcelona and Paris, is the first to connect with the rest of Europe.


February 25, 2009

METRO Briefs

Gov. Doyle reviews Spain’s high-speed rail. SunRail project cost climbs by $7M. CHP: driver in bus crash asleep at wheel.


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