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Dynamic testing of CAF's prototype Oaris high-speed emu has begun on the Madrid - Seville high-speed line. The four-car train was outshopped from CAF's Beasain plant in August and initially…
THE governor of São Paulo Mr Geraldo Alckmin officially unveiled the first refurbished train for São Paulo metro Line 1 today.
FRENCH President Mr Nicholas Sarkozy today joined Mr Jean-Paul Huchon, president of Ile-de-France Transport Authority (Stif) and Mr Pierre Mongin, director general of Paris Transport Authority (RATP) to mark the…
BUCHAREST Metro operator Metrorex has signed a Euros 97m contract with CAF for 16 metro trains, with options for a further eight sets. The trains have been part-financed by the…
OFFICIALS from the city of Amsterdam, and Amsterdam Municipal Transport Company (GVB) attended the unveiling of Amsterdam Metro's new train at Alstom's plant in Valenciennes, France, on November 24.
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…
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).…
SOUTH Africa's government has agreed to inject Rand 137bn ($US 19.96bn) in Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa's (Prasa) rolling stock and infrastructure investment programme.
KIWIRAIL plans to devalue its assets to more accurately reflect their productive earnings value.
ETIHAD Rail has awarded a Dirhams 3.3bn ($US 980.9m) contract to a consortium of Italian firms Saipem and Tecnimont, and UAE-based Dodsal Engineering and Construction, for civil and track work…
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