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1. May 2018 - 3. May 2018
First staged in 1994, Infrarail is firmly established as Britain’s leading showcase for every aspect of railway infrastructure technology and expertise, with a strong reputation for attracting visiting managers, engineers and buyers at the highest level.
Railway infrastructure in the UK is a busy, exciting and challenging market. As well as once-in-a-generation projects like the HS2 high-speed line, numerous large-scale investments are being targeted at enhancing the performance of the existing system and modernising its assets in preparation for future demand.
Register online now and order your free entry badge to Infrarail 2018. The cut-off date for free registration is Monday 30 April 2018. After this time, you will still be able to register online or onsite at a cost of £20 per ticket. Register Now »
Electrification, the Digital Railway and expansion of the London Underground system are among headline projects in a programme that is leading to levels of spending unprecedented in recent years. Add to this longer term schemes like the capital’s Crossrail 2 and aims to boost connectivity between cities in northern England, and there are clearly great business opportunities for suppliers for many years ahead. Highly effective in enabling the supply sector to demonstrate its response to these opportunities, Infrarail offers very much more. A strong supporting programme of keynote speeches, technical seminars, project updates and discussion forums make this an all-embracing event for everyone involved in planning, implementing and operating the railway’s fixed assets.
Among the supporting organisations is the ERCI partner Rail Alliance:
The Rail Alliance is the largest business to business rail networking organisation in the UK. The Rail Alliance provides tailored assistance to members and signpost potential opportunities for their business through their 20+ networking meetings per year. The Rail Alliance attends all major European exhibitions and seminars connected to the rail industry.
For further details visit www.railalliance.co.uk