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BOMBARDIER Transportation announced on September 25 that the company’s Management and General Works Council has signed a general company agreement formalising the transformation strategy for its German sites, announced on…
CSX says that it quickly restored service throughout the areas affected by Hurricane Irma, which struck Florida on September 10, with devastating winds and flooding.
SINGAPORE public transport operator SMRT and Kuala Lumpur operator Prasarana signed a memorandum of understanding in Kuala Lumpur on September 25 to form a joint venture company for the Johor…
AUSTRIAN Federal Railways (ÖBB) has presented a second class 1063 prototype last mile locomotive, which has been fitted with batteries and a hydrogen power generator, at its workshop in Linz.…
THAILAND’s Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning has released a 20-year masterplan for rail development worth more than Baht 2.7 trillion ($US 81.57bn).
COSTA Rica’s national railway Incofer has announced it plans to order eight new passenger trains before the end the year.
ALSTOM confirmed on September 22 that it is in discussions with Siemens regarding a “possible combination” with Siemens Mobility.
LATVIAN national passenger operator Pasažieru Vilciens (PV) announced on September 21 that it has received technical bids from four manufacturers for a contract to supply 32 EMUs.
TRANSMASHHOLDING, Russia, announced on September 21 that it has signed a contract with Cuban import agency Tradex for 28 four-car DMUs for Cuban Union Railways (UFC).
THE Australian government is seeking high-quality proposals for the development of business cases to bring faster rail links between urban and regional areas.
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