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ROLLING stock leasing company Eversholt Rail Group announced on March 2 that it has reached an agreement to sell its entire fleet of freight wagons to the British subsidiary of…
TEST operation was launched on the latest phase of the Sofia metro network at the end of February, when Bulgaria's transport minister Mr Ivailo Moskowsky, mayor of Sofia Mrs Jordanka…
SWISS regional railway Zentralbahn had a record year in 2014, with a new timetable, new trains, and improved marketing to tourists driving a surge in ridership.
VIRGIN Trains East Coast (VTEC) took over operation of long-distance services from London King's Cross to Leeds, northeast England and Scotland on March 1.
PLANS for open-access car-carrying trains serving the island of Sylt in northern Germany have suffered a setback after the Federal Networks Agency instructed infrastructure manager DB Networks not to sign…
INDIA's railways minister Mr Suresh Prabu unveiled the government's 2015-2016 railway budget on February 26, promising record spending of Rs 1 trillion ($US 18.9bn) in Indian Railways (IR) over the…
TEL AVIV Metropolitan Mass Transit System (NTA) has issued an international tender notice for a contract to design and build tunnels and station boxes for the 24km light rail Red…
EGYPT's National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) signed infrastructure contracts on February 25 for Phase 4A of metro Line 3, which will extend the line 5.7km from Haroun station in Heliopolis…
ETHIOPIA's prime minister Mr Hailemariam Desalegn has laid the foundation stone to signal the start of the construction of the 447km Awash - Woldia - Hara Gebeya railway project.
FRENCH National Railways (SNCF) is to test the Erex IT energy management and billing system on 50 of its freight locomotives developed by the Eress consortium of five European infrastructure…
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