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THE board of Brussels Transport Company (Stib) has selected Bombardier as preferred bidder for a framework contract to supply up to 170 low-floor LRVs, with an initial order for 60…
A full-size mock-up of the next generation of rolling stock for the Brussels metro has gone on public display as part of the WeAreMobility exhibition, which is being held alongside…
BRUSSELS Transport (Stib) has awarded a consultancy contract to a consortium of Systra, Geste and Tractebel to assist with the introduction of communications-based train control (CBTC) on metro lines 1…
BRUSSELS Transport Company (Stib) has awarded two contracts to supply rolling stock and train control systems for the automation of metro lines 1 and 5.
A total of 57.9 billion urban public transport journeys were made in the European Union (EU) in 2014 according to a study released by the International Association of Public Transport…
A new rail link between the southeast and northeast of Brussels opened on April 4, when passenger services began using the 1.25km Schuman-Josaphat tunnel, which connects Schuman station on the…
JAPAN is the European Union's (EU) biggest trading partner after China, but the trade in railway equipment between the two economic powers is a poor reflection of this status and…
THE appalling terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13 and the thwarted attack on an Amsterdam - Brussels - Paris Thalys train on August 21 will inevitably lead to calls…
Station design is one of five core elements of the Nodes research project. Richard Booth, scheme development manager at Britain's West Midlands transport authority Centro, who led the design element…
Italian State Railways is on course to become the first European integrated national railway to sell a minority stake to private shareholders. FS Group CEO, Mr Michele Mario Elia, took…
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