Posted September 25, 2017

Trainline For Business Launches Single API For International Rail

U.K. domestic corporate rail booking provider Trainline for Business has marched into the product territory held by SilverRail after launching a single application programming interface for international rail. Read More »
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Posted March 31, 2017

Amadeus Pushing Rail Merchant Model With Eye On Asia/Pacific Region

Amadeus is consolidating rail travel content via a new merchant model option for rail providers, a model the company expects could bring together the fragmented Asia/Pacific rail system. Read More »
Posted October 4, 2012

GetThere Using SilverRail's API To Expand European Rail Ticketing

Rail reservations system provider SilverRail Technologies for the first time is being deployed outside the United States. Self-booking tool GetThere during the past few weeks has been enabling the sale of Deutsche Bahn tickets worldwide via SilverRail's application programming interface. Read More »
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Posted November 8, 2011

Travelport Ditching U.K. Rail System

Travelport GDS on Dec. 9 will cease selling domestic U.K. rail tickets, ceding the market to independent specialist rail distributors Thetrainline and Evolvi. Approximately 40 TMCs were using Travelport to book U.K. rail. By far the largest, Portman Travel announced on Nov. 4 that it switched to a direct relationship with Evolvi for bookings by its own reservation staff. Portman already was using Evolvi as its rail self-booking tool for corporate clients.

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Posted March 15, 2011

Orbitz For Business Partners With SilverRail

Orbitz for Business enabled corporate clients to search schedules, book tickets and cancel reservations on Amtrak through an agreement with rail content provider SilverRail Technologies.

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Posted October 28, 2010

DOT Allocates More High-Speed Rail Funding

The U.S. Department of Transportation announced today that 54 high-speed rail projects in 23 states would "share in $2.4 billion to continue developing America's first nationwide program of high-speed intercity passenger rail service." DOT allocated much of the money to California and Florida, $901 million and $800 million, respectively.

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