Monday, September 19, 2011

Alstom to supply dmus to Ottawa

OC TRANSPO, the urban transit service for Ottawa, Canada, has selected Alstom to supply six new Coradia Lint low-floor dmus for operation the 8km O-Train…
COSEA, the civil engineering consortium responsible for building the 302km Sud-Europ Atlantique (SEA) high-speed line in southwest France, has awarded a Euros 80m contract to…
METROS in the Danish capital of Copenhagen, Kolkata, India, and Rome have awarded contracts worth a total of Euros 183m to Ansaldo STS.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011

UGL secures orders worth $A 88m

UGL's rail division has secured orders worth $A 88m ($US 92.7m) for supply and maintenance of new freight locomotives in Australia.
Monday, September 12, 2011

CER appoints new executive director

THE Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) has unanimously elected Mr Libor Lochman as its new executive director. He will succeed Mr Johannes…
SWISS Federal Railways (SBB) has awarded a Euros 125m contract to Siemens to install ETCS Level 1 Limited Supervision on most of its network and…
FRENCH president Mr Nicolas Sarkozy has officially inaugurated the first 140km section of the new Rhine - Rhone high-speed line between Villiers-les-Pots and Petit-Croix at…
Thursday, September 08, 2011

Bombardier unveils Flexity 2 in Blackpool

THE promenade in the tourist resort of Blackpool, Britain, was the venue for today's global launch of Bombardier's new Flexity 2 LRV.
RUSSIAN Railways (RZD) has signed a Euros 500m, 40-year contract with Siemens for maintenance of 54 Desiro Rus trains ordered in 2009 and 2010.
Wednesday, September 07, 2011

DB Networks introduces new Network Fund

DB NETWORKS has created a new Network Fund worth around €130m which will be used to pay for small short-term projects intended to increase capacity,…
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