Monday, September 05, 2011

More Movias for Delhi Metro

DELHI Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has placed a further order for Bombardier Movia Metro cars, which will take its fleet of these vehicles to 614…
THE 3756m Eierberge tunnel, which German Rail (DB) says is the longest in Bavaria, has been holed through. The Euros 140m tunnel is also the…
Thursday, September 01, 2011

THSRC makes its first operating profit

TAIWAN High-Speed Rail Corporation (THSRC) made an operating profit of nearly $NT 2bn ($US 69m) in the first half of this year, its first since…
A Euros 175m plan is being drawn up by Irish Rail (IE) to increase the proportion of lines passed for 160km/h operation. The plan will…
BULGARIA's transport minister, Mr Ivaylo Moskovski, says that the freight division of BDZ, Bulgaria's national train operator, could be privatised within the next six months.…
THE first test train arrived at the new station beneath Berlin Brandenburg Airport, itself still under construction, on August 27. The new station and connections…
GERMAN Rail (DB) has completed a Euros 110m five-month project to renew the track on the Berlin - Hannover - Bielefeld main line. Trains will…
THE first of eight 200km/h diesel trains being supplied by CAF, Spain, under a Euros 105m contract awarded by Saudi Railways Organisation in 2008, has…
Friday, August 26, 2011

Shockwaves spread out from Wenzhou

The fatal crash between two high-speed trains on July 23 on a viaduct near Wenzhou on the Ningbo - Xiamen line, in which 40 people…
Thursday, August 25, 2011

SJ reports loss for first half year

SWEDEN's national passenger operator SJ made a loss of SKr 140m ($US 22.2m) in the first half of this year compared with a profit of…
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