Road & Railway Engineering

Railway Engineering is a professional field in Transportation and Civil Engineering. Railways are extremely complex and expensive systems which are wholly planned for the effective passage of trains to transport people, freight and equipment. The incredibly advanced trains which use these rail networks are expensive vehicles and so a Railway Engineer is faced with different challenges to a Highway Engineer. Railway Engineers holds mechanical design services and knowledge of force methods that allows them to design train vessels. Railway Engineers are frequently on site, either supervising the rail system or in a ‘hands on’ capacity.

  • Command, control & railway signaling
  • Electrical Engineering
  • On-track plant
  • Rolling Resistance
  • Wheel-rail interface
  • Light rail systems

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