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DAYS after announcing plans for high-frequency services on two inter-city corridors, Mrs Stientje van Velthoven, Dutch secretary of state for railway affairs at the Ministry of Infrastructure, has announced the…
THE latest phase in the reconstruction of The Hague Central station was completed on August 22 with the inauguration of new platforms for RandstadRail Line E, which links the Hague…
SIEMENS delivered the last of 60 Avenio low-floor LRVs for The Hague Tramways (HTM) to the Netherlands on April 22.
DUTCH secretary of state for infrastructure and the environment Mrs Sharon Dijksma joined Netherlands Railways (NS) CEO Mr Roger van Boxtel, ProRail CEO Mr Pier Eringa, and the mayor of…
THE HAGUE Tramways (HTM) launched its new fleet of Siemens Avenio LRVs on the morning of November 2, when the first of the low-floor vehicles entered passenger service on Line…
THE municipal government of The Hague and Arriva have abandoned plans to launch an open-access cross-border service linking the Dutch city with Brussels, which was due to begin operating in…
THE FIRST of 60 Avenio low-floor LRVs for the Hague Tramways (HTM) has rolled off the production line at Siemens Simmering plant in Vienna.
SIEMENS announced on March 13 that The Hague Tramways (HTM) has exercised an option worth around €55m for 20 additional Avenio low-floor LRVs, taking its total order to 60 vehicles.
ARRIVA has been selected by the municipal government of The Hague to operate a direct open-access service between the Dutch city and Brussels from December 2015.
NETHERLANDS Railways (NS) has announced it is to proceed with the acquisition of a 49% share in The Hague Tramways (HTM) Passenger Transport from the municipality of The Hague.
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