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IN an unexpected move, the Dutch Environmental and Transport Inspectorate (ILT) has banned Vossloh G1206 and G2000 diesel locomotives from operating light engine on the Dutch railway network.
BANGALORE Metro Rail Corporation today began dynamic testing of the first trains for the Namma Metro Green Line at Peenya depot.
KIWIRAIL has begun the technical and legal process to revalue its assets to better reflect the revenue they generate. Under the revaluation KiwiRail's assets are likely to be revalued at…
THE government of the Brazilian state of Bahia launched the tendering process on June 21 for the construction, operation, and maintenance of Salvador Metro Line 2, together with an extension…
TRENITALIA has signed a distribution agreement with transaction processor Amadeus, which will allow Trenitalia tickets to be sold through all Amadeus sales channels around the world.
DOWNER EDI Limited has signed a five-year agreement with EMD that will see EMD manufacture all future Downer locomotive orders for the Australian market at one of its overseas facilities.
PORTUGUESE Trains (CP) CEO Mr José Benoliel has revealed that CP ended 2011 with a loss of €289m, compared with a loss of €201m in the previous year.
CANADIAN National President and CEO Mr Claude Mongeau has commended the Canadian government’s three-year Rail Freight Service Review (RFSR), saying it "provides the impetus for CN and the rail industry to…
THE vessel Clipper Amber docked in Durban on June 22, carrying 33 former QR National locomotives for reuse in Africa.
NETWORK Rail (NR) has approved the Comparon EPS modular polystyrene platform system developed by MegaTech Projects for use on the British mainline network.
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