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FOLLOWING detailed examination of applications submitted by Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) and BLS, Switzerland’s Federal Office of Transport (BAV) announced on April 19 that it plans to grant SBB a…
SWITZERLAND’s Southeastern Railway (SOB) announced on December 21 that it has awarded Stadler a contract to supply 11 Flirt EMUs to operate Gotthard Panorama Line services from Basle and Zurich…
SWISS Federal Railways (SBB) and Stadler have been testing a new digital train driver assistance system on the Bern - Olten high-speed line and, for the first time in Switzerland,…
SWISS Federal Railways (SBB) has signed a long-term cooperation agreement with Southeastern Railway (SOB), Switzerland’s third largest railway, for the operation of two of its long-distance services under a co-branding…
SWITZERLAND’s Southeastern Railway (SOB), has announced it is planning a pilot project to study the viability of automatic train operation (ATO) on a mixed traffic line, the first application of…
SWITZERLAND's Southeastern Railway (SOB) signed a SFr 170m ($US 173m) contract with Stadler Rail in Herisau on June 27 for 11 Flirt EMUs, which will be used on Lucern -…
SWISS Southeast Railway (SOB) has awarded a SFr 170m ($US 175m) contract to Stadler to supply Flirt EMUs for operation on its scenic Voralpen Express route from St Gallen to…
SWITZERLAND's Federal Office of Transport (BAV) published a report on January 14 detailing the reasons behind the deterioration in the condition of the country's standard-gauge infrastructure and outlining potential solutions…
SWITZERLAND's Federal Office of Transport (BAV) published a report on January 14 detailing the reasons behind the deterioration in the condition of the country's standard-gauge rail infrastructure and outlining potential…
SWITZERLAND's South Eastern Railway (SOB) has published an international tender notice in the Official Journal of the European Union for a contract to supply new trains for the hourly Voralpen…
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