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STADLER is celebrating the sale of its 700th Flirt emu, after Italian operator South Tirol Transport (STA) exercised an option for eight additional six-car regional trains from a contract originally…
THE Malaysia - Singapore Joint Ministerial Committee for Iskandar Malaysia has today issued an invitation to tender for an engineering study into the proposed metro link between the island and…
SIEMENS today confirmed it has received its first firm order for the Avenio LRV with the signing of a Euros 100m contract for 40 vehicles by The Hague Tramways (HTM).…
MONTREAL's Metropolitan Transit Agency (AMT) unveiled its 10-year Vision 2020 strategic public transport plan yesterday, which aims to increase public transport ridership in the city by 33% from 480 million…
MUNICH Airport's Terminal 2 expansion will be aided through the installation of a new Innovia driver-less automated peoplemover (APM) that will be designed, built, operated, and maintained by Bombardier following…
ALSTOM and its Russian strategic partner Transmashholding (TMH) have signed a memorandum of understanding with St Petersburg city council to cooperate on the development of modern light rail technology for…
THE CANADIAN government, together with the provincial governments of Quebec and Ontario, yesterday released the final report on the Quebec City - Windsor high-speed rail study, concluding that the project…
INDIA's Ministry of Railways has approved plans for a Rs 14.12bn ($US 289m) line from Nerul in Navi Mumbai to Uran, with a short branch to Belapur.
SOUTH Africa's government has agreed to inject Rand 137bn ($US 19.96bn) in Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa's (Prasa) rolling stock and infrastructure investment programme.
A CEREMONY was held on October 21 to mark the welding of the final section of rail on the Vienna - Tullnerfeld - St Pölten high-speed line, which will divert…
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