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BRITAIN's secretary of state of transport Mr Patrick McLoughlin announced on April 16 that the Department for Transport (DfT) has reached financial close on a £2.7bn contract for a fleet…
BREMEN Tramways (BSAG) has announced plans to acquire a fleet of up to 77 LRVs and refurbish up to 62 existing GT8N low-floor trams as part of its demand-driven tram…
CSR Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock has unveiled the first of 18 low-floor Flexity 2 LRVs for the first phase of the city of Suzhou's under-construction light rail network.
TRANSPORT for London (TfL) placed a tender notice in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) on April 9 for a contract to supply at least 39 four-car EMUs…
THE German Rail Industry Association (VDB) says sales of railway equipment increased by 42% in 2013 to a new record of €14.9bn compared with weak performance in 2012.
CNR DALIAN Locomotive & Rolling Stock, China, has been awarded a contract to supply 31 low-floor LRVs for Beijing's Xijiao light rail line, which is due to open in 2015.
TASRAIL, the operator of the 1067mm-gauge freight network in the Australian state of Tasmania, held a ceremony at its Brighton Transport Hub on March 31 to mark the delivery of…
DANISH State Railways (DSB) has been granted permission to purchase 67 Bombardier double-deck coaches, which it has leased from Luxembourg-based Ascendos since 2002, to avoid what DSB describes as potential…
While politicians continue to debate the Fourth Railway Package's proposals to streamline rolling stock certification in the EU, a research project intended to improve the efficiency of the actual testing…
The availability of advanced telemetry looks set to transform operators' understanding of how energy is used on rail vehicles and how power consumption can be optimised.
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