SWITZERLAND’s Montreux Oberland Bernois Railway (MOB) has awarded Stadler a contract to supply 20 variable-gauge coaches for GoldenPass Express services from Montreux to Zweisimmen and Interlaken East, which MOB will…
PASSENGER services began operating on the first section of a new fast tram network serving the Krasnogvardeyskiy district of St Petersburg on March 7.
STADLER Rail has been selected for a contract to supply 12 LRVs for the initial phase of the 40.4km interurban light rail network in Bolivia’s fourth largest city Cochabamba.
BOMBARDIER is preparing to start assembly at its Derby, Britain, plant of the 111 Aventra EMUs which it is supplying to Abellio Greater Anglia under a £900m contract.
BOLIVIA’s Andean Railway (FCA) has awarded a contract to Stadler for three metre-gauge South American Light (Sali) locomotives for operation in Bolivia and neighbouring South American countries.
A crucial decision on the future of Switzerland’s inter-city network will be made this year, which could break SBB’s monopoly on the sector. BLS CEO Bernard Guillelmon talks to Keith…
Swiss-designed trains are slowly making their mark in the United States, with Stadler notching up its ninth order since 2002. Anitra Green met Stadler US CEO Martin Ritter at the…
ABELLIO Greater Anglia has released the first images of its forthcoming fleet of Stadler class 755 Flirt electro-diesel multiple units on the production line.
BASELLAND Transport (BLT), the Swiss tram operator serving the greater Basel area, has launched trials with a collision warning system with a view to equipping its entire fleet of Tango…
THE council of Sweden’s Uppsala Region has given train leasing company Transitio the go-ahead to order eight Stadler double-deck EMUs for Upptåget regional services.
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