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A’REX, the Korean consortium which operates the 58km express rail link between Incheon Airport, Gimpo Airport and Seoul, has expressed interest in the Reais 8bn ($US 2.6bn) Brasilia - Goiânia…
REGIONS of France, an association of regional authorities, held its first hearings on April 6 to gauge the potential for the introduction of competition in the provision of regional rail…
RHINE-MAIN Transport Association (RMV), which is responsible for rail services in the Frankfurt-am-Main area, says it will extend some of its existing concessions due to considerable infrastructure works planned by…
NATIONAL Express Group has agreed in principle to sell its c2c rail franchise in Britain to Italian State Railways’ (FS) train operating subsidiary Trenitalia for around £70m, subject to approval…
TWO German and two Czech regional public transport authorities have joined forces to invite bids for a concession to operate cross-border and Dresden area passenger rail services, and have published…
THE Austrian state of Salzburg has published information in the Official Journal of the European Union detailing a future tender for a concession to operate regional rail services in Salzburg…
INFORMATION for prospective bidders for a concession to operate regional train services on the Elbe-Spree network (NES) in Germany has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
BRITISH rail and bus operator National Express has decided to withdraw from a concession to operate the Nuremberg S-Bahn, which it was awarded by Bavarian Railway Company (BEG) 20 months…
SAD Local Transport, which operates train services partly in cooperation with Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) in the Bolzano area, invites tenders by October 31 for seven tri-voltage EMUs.
THE governments of Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso have signed a revised operating concession with Sitarail, part of the Bolloré Group, to include responsibility for the infrastructure of the 1260km…
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