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THE cost of the controversial Stuttgart 21 project is now expected to rise by a further €1.1bn to €7.6bn, plus a contingency which could take the final bill to around…
A double handover ceremony was held at Bombardier’s plant in Kassel, Germany, on November 30 to mark the delivery of the first three Bombardier Traxx AC locomotives from an order…
Delays in the installation of ETCS onboard equipment send more ripples through signalling programme.
THE Chinese-Hungarian Railway Nonprofit Company (KMVN) issued a call for tenders on November 27 for contracts to rebuild most of the Hungarian section of the Budapest - Belgrade main line.
NORWAY’s Ministry of Transport has instructed the Railway Directorate to update cost estimates for a rail link to Tromsø, the largest city in northern Norway and the third-largest in the…
SIEMENS is challenging a decision by the Berlin Senate and Berlin Transport Authority (BVG) to award a contract worth around €120m to Stadler Pankow for 20 additional type IK small-profile…
SWISS intermodal operator Hupac has signed a supply contract with CRRC for new 19-metre flat wagons, which will be developed by Hupac and manufactured by CRRC.
THE British government published a new strategic vision for the national rail network on November 29 which calls for closer integration between the state-owned infrastructure manager Network Rail (NR) and…
SWISS light rail operators Baselland Transport (BLT) and Zürich-based Limmatttalbahn have issued a joint tender for the supply of 18 metre-gauge LRVs with the contract set to include up to…
CRRC and Rolls-Royce Power Systems have signed a strategic partnership agreement, which includes a commitment by CRRC to consider MTU engines from Rolls-Royce for its locomotives and diesel trains, and…
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