Stuttgart

IRJ Pro market researcher Jonny Dearden looks at the big projects likely to hit the headlines this year.
STUTTGART Tramways (SSB) opened a northern extension to light rail Line U12 on December 9 from Hallschlag to Wagrainäcker to connect with line U14 and made several changes to its…
THE cost of the controversial Stuttgart 21 project is now expected to rise by a further €1.1bn to €7.6bn, plus a contingency which could take the final bill to around…
THE supervisory board of Stuttgart Tramways (SSB) agreed on September 26 to exercise an option worth around €80m for 20 additional Tango S-DT8.12 high-floor LRVs from Stadler Pankow.
THE state of Baden-Württemberg has submitted a funding application to the German federal government on behalf of Stuttgart Tramways (SSB) which seeks backing for the southern extension of light rail…
GO-AHEAD Transport Germany has awarded a contract to Stadler for 45 Flirt EMUs to operate on Lots 2 and 3 of the Stuttgart Network 1 concession which Go-Ahead will take…
AT the end of December German Rail (DB) announced the outcome of months of strategic review, assisted by consulting firm McKinsey, confirming a programme of measures to tackle the company's…
THE story of the liberalisation of Europe's long-distance passenger market has long had something of a Wild West flavour - a handful of pioneers setting out to find their fortune…
STUTTGART Tramways (SSB) has ordered an additional 20 Tango S-DT8.12 high-floor LRVs from Stadler Pankow, exercising an option from an initial contract for 20 vehicles, which was signed in January…

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