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BERLIN Transport (BVG) has published a tender requesting planning services for the first major expansion of tram services in the historic centre of Berlin since World War II.
The popularity of the world’s biggest railway exhibition, InnoTrans, shows no sign of abating. As attention shifts to the 2018 edition, David Briginshaw reports from Berlin on how the organiser,…
SIEMENS is challenging a decision by the Berlin Senate and Berlin Transport Authority (BVG) to award a contract worth around €120m to Stadler Pankow for 20 additional type IK small-profile…
THE supervisory board of Berlin Transport (BVG) has approved the procurement of 20 additional type IK small-profile U-Bahn trains from Stadler Pankow to alleviate an acute rolling stock shortage on…
THE first painted bodyshell for the Berlin S-Bahn’s next-generation fleet of class 483/484 trains has arrived at Stadler’s plant in Pankow, where final assembly will take place.
A framework agreement called i2030 to improve the rail network in the Berlin area was signed on October 4 by Ms Regine Günther, Berlin senator for environment, transport and climate…
A German federal court in Leipzig has ended a long-running dispute over the reinstatement of rail link in southern Berlin which will cut journey times to the new Berlin Brandenburg…
EUROPEAN Locomotive Leasing (ELL) has ordered an additional eight Vectron locomotives from Siemens, taking Siemens’ total order of Vectron locomotives to 507.
BOMBARDIER announced on February 27 that it will supply an additional 21 Flexity trams to Berlin Transport Authority (BVG), which has triggered an option in a framework agreement signed in…
THE recently-elected Berlin City "Red-Red-Green" coalition government comprising the SPD or Social Democrats, "Linke" party and the Greens has concluded a wide-ranging coalition agreement covering all aspects of the city's…
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