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THE first of a fleet of class 700 Desiro City trains being built by Siemens at its Krefeld plant in Germany for the expanded cross-London Thameslink service has arrived at…
THE World Bank has approved loan agreements for three independent Croatian railway companies – HZ Passenger Transport, HZ Infrastructure, and HZ Cargo in an agreement signed by Mr Carlos Pinerua,…
BOTH Siemens Mobility and Bombardier Transportation have reported reductions in revenue and profit in their latest quarterly results, while Bombardier has denied reports in the financial press of a merger.
TWO German transport authorities are inviting bids by October 7 for a concession to operate the Northwest Saxony Diesel Network (part B).
BRITAIN's Department for Transport has approved a £361m order with Hitachi Rail Europe for a fleet of 29 AT300 dual-mode 200km/h trains for operation by First Great Western (FGW) on…
GERMANY's Vossloh Group has reported an 11% increase in revenue and a 62.3% jump in Ebit for the first half of 2015 despite a drop in sales of rail fastenings.
BUDAPEST Transport Company (BKV) may be forced to restart tendering for a contract worth more than €200m to refurbish 37 ageing six-car trains used on Budapest metro Line 3 after…
DUTCH infrastructure manager Prorail is to reduce track access charges for lightweight multiple units following a ruling by the Consumer and Markets Authority (ACM) that the current level of pricing…
CATALAN Government Railways (FGC) inaugurated a 4km extension of Barcelona's standard-gauge suburban Line S1 to Terrassa on July 28.
BRITISH open-access operator Direct Rail Services has awarded Vossloh Spain a contract to supply seven additional class 68 UKLight locomotives via Beacon Rail Leasing, Britain.
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