Europe

Höft & Wessel has secured a contract with Danish State Railways (DSB) to develop a multi-modal bluetooth ticket reader that can read RFID, OCR and barcode technologies utilised in a…
PLASSER & Theurer's German subsidiary has produced what it claims to be the world's first 3D tamping simulator which it has installed at its extended training centre in Bingen on…
WESTBAHN has become the first open-access operator to challenge Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) in Austria's domestic long-distance market, with the launch on December 11 of its Vienna - Linz -…
TODAY marks the start of commercial services on France's latest high-speed line - TGV Rhin-Rhône - and a major reorganisation of services in which 85% of trains have been rescheduled.
A report by a British House of Lords inquiry into the performance of the Channel Tunnel says that more than 17 years after opening it has still to realise its…
VEOLIA has today announced its intention to sell its transport business as part of a plan to dispose of up to Euros 5bn worth of assets in the next two…
FRENCH President Mr Nicholas Sarkozy today joined Mr Jean-Paul Huchon, president of Ile-de-France Transport Authority (Stif) and Mr Pierre Mongin, director general of Paris Transport Authority (RATP) to mark the…
NORWEGIAN track authority Jernbaneverket has selected Bombardier to deliver its Interflo 450 ETCS Level 2 solution on an 80km section of the Østfoldbanen Østre line in the southeast of Norway…
BUCHAREST Metro operator Metrorex has signed a Euros 97m contract with CAF for 16 metro trains, with options for a further eight sets. The trains have been part-financed by the…
FRANCE's minister for ecology, sustainable development, transport and housing Mrs Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, French National Railways (SNCF) president Mr Guillaume Pepy, and Mr Hubert du Mesnil, president of French Rail Network…
455
Page 455 of 459

Get the latest rail news

Global news and analysis from IRJ, Railway Age and RT&S by email