Railway Gazette International
Cover, May 2009
|First issue||1835 (1905 as Railway Gazette)|
|Company||DVV Media Group|
Railway Gazette International is a monthly business journal covering the railway, metro, light rail and tram industries worldwide. Available by annual subscription, the magazine is read in over 140 countries by transport professionals and decision makers, railway managers, engineers, consultants and suppliers to the rail industry. A mix of technical, commercial and geographical feature articles, plus the regular monthly news pages, cover developments in all aspects of the rail industry, including infrastructure, operations, rolling stock and signalling.
Railway Gazette International traces its history to May 1835 as The Railway Magazine, when it was founded by Effingham Wilson. The Railway Gazette title dates from July 1905, created to cover railway commercial and financial affairs. In April 1914 it merged with The Railway Times, which incorporated Herapath's Railway Journal, and in February 1935 it absorbed the Railway Engineer. Around this time it also absorbed The Railway News. It then reflected all aspects of railway activity, particularly in the British Empire and in other areas of the world which used similar technology.
In January 1964, it merged with sister publication Diesel Railway Traction and its frequency reduced from weekly to fortnightly.
- Railway Gazette International Audit Bureau of Circulations
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- "Looking Forward" Railway Gazette January 1964
- "RGI reflects wider horizons" Railway Gazette International July 1970 page 721
- "A new force in transport publishing". railwaygazette.com.