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BYBANEN, the public company responsible for overseeing the 20km light rail line in Bergen, signed an eight-year contract with Keolis Norge on June 29 for the operation of the system…
THE government of the Austrian province of Styria has announced plans to modernise the 65km narrow-gauge Mur Valley Railway from Unzmarkt to Tamsweg after proposals to convert the line to…
CAF, Spain, has entered into an agreement to acquire Polish bus and LRV manufacturer Solaris in a deal worth around €300m.
CZECH Railways (ČD) has awarded a consortium of Škoda Transportation and Siemens a €115m contract to supply 50 Viaggio Comfort coaches, with delivery of the first vehicles planned within…
THREE Colas subsidiaries won two contracts on June 27 related to the construction of the second tramway line in Angers in France along with ancillary road works, for a total…
THE European Union (EU) has reportedly agreed to grant €21.5m to repair Uganda’s 375km Tororo - Gulu Line, which hasn’t been used since the insurgency by Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance…
THE Norwegian minister of transport, Mr Ketil Solvik-Olsen, has announced the introduction of additional services on the Østfold line to help ease congestion and delays on the route, as well…
THE Spanish council of ministers has appointed Mr Isaías Táboas Suárez to replace Mr Juan Alfaro Grande as president of national operator Renfe, and Mrs Isabel Pardo De Vera Posa…
NICE Côte d'Azur Metropolis opened the 7km T2 Cadam - Magnan tram line on June 30, with Alstom inaugurating its first new-generation Citadis X05, equipped with a new SRS charging…
THE French government has agreed to finance up to €250m for the renewal of the rolling stock on the Paris - Amiens - Boulogne and Paris - St Quentin -…
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