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SIEMENS is challenging a decision by the Berlin Senate and Berlin Transport Authority (BVG) to award a contract worth around €120m to Stadler Pankow for 20 additional type IK small-profile…
THE supervisory board of Berlin Transport (BVG) has approved the procurement of 20 additional type IK small-profile U-Bahn trains from Stadler Pankow to alleviate an acute rolling stock shortage on…
THE recently-elected Berlin City "Red-Red-Green" coalition government comprising the SPD or Social Democrats, "Linke" party and the Greens has concluded a wide-ranging coalition agreement covering all aspects of the city's…
A plan to invest around €3.1bn in the modernisation of Berlin’s U-Bahn and tram fleets by 2035 was approved by the supervisory board of Berlin Transport (BVG) on November 1.
BERLIN Transport (BVG) has exercised an option worth around €140m with Stadler Pankow for 27 additional type IK small-profileU-Bahn trains, taking the total number of trains on order to 38.
THE mayor of Berlin Mr Michael Müller and Berlin senator for transport Mr Andreas Geisel confirmed on April 8 that the city is looking at options for the extension of…
BERLIN Transport Authority (BVG) plans to set up a finance company in January to help fund the renewal of life-expired U-Bahn trains and trams and expand its fleet during the…
TUNNELLING has been completed on the project to connect Line U5 with Line U55 on the Berlin U-Bahn by constructing a 2.2km underground link from Alexanderplatz to Brandenburg Gate beneath…
FOLLOWING trials with two prototype sets, Berlin Transport (BVG) has placed a €60m order with Stadler Pankow for eleven four-car type IK narrow profile U-Bahn trains.
BERLIN Transport (BVG) unveiled the first of two prototype new-generation trains for the city's narrow profile U-Bahn lines at Olympia-Stadion station on February 3.
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