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RUSSIAN Railways (RZD) has awarded a Euros 600m contract to Siemens to supply a second batch of eight 10-car Sapsan high-speed trains and to maintain them for 30 years. Delivery…
THE Brazilian-Malaysian consortium responsible for building Line 17 - an 18km monorail - in São Paulo has awarded a contract to Thales to install Seltrac communications-based train control (CBTC) to enable…
After many months of uncertainty, the Dutch government has revealed how it intends to rescue the High Speed Alliance from bankruptcy. Quintus Vosman explains how high-speed services will be merged…
In the quest to redefine the modal interface and make rail a more accessible option for travel, French National Railways is reinventing its stations as multimodal hubs, while also ensuring…
THE publication today by the European Commission (EC) of its Energy Roadmap 2050 and the endorsement by the European Parliament of the EC's Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area…
THE French government has adopted four key measures designed to reform the operation of the national rail network to prepare France for new European Union legislation on open access, to…
Thales has been selected to implement a fare collection system on Rapid MetroRail Gurgaon, the city's new metro.
December 14, 2011

NTV unveils Italo trains

ITALIAN open-access high-speed operator Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV) launched its new trains and services to the Italian and global media on December 13 at the new purpose-built maintenance depot in…
A JOINT venture of Ganz, Hungary, and Škoda Transportation has been selected as preferred supplier for a contract to supply 31 low-floor LRVs to Miskolc in a deal worth…
HONOLULU Authority for Rapid Transportation (Hart) has awarded the $US 1.33bn core systems contract for the city's first driverless metro line to Ansaldo Honolulu Joint Venture, a consortium of Ansaldo…
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