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HOVEDSTADENS Letbane, the public company overseeing the project to build a light rail line along Copenhagen’s Ring 3 highway, announced on January 11 that it has selected preferred bidders for…
A majority in the Danish parliament, including the government and two other parties, has decided that the operation and maintenance of the Copenhagen S-Train network will be put out to…
COPENHAGEN metro authority Metroselskabet has awarded two major contracts worth DKr 9.1bn ($US 1.45bn) for the Sydnvan branch of the city's automated metro network, the company's CEO, Mr Henrik Plougmann…
ANSALDO has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Copenhagen metro operator Metroselskabet to develop a proof of concept for a new Dynamic Headway Solution, which will be designed using Ansaldo’s…
THE Prime Minister of Denmark Mr Lars Løkke Rasmussen and the mayor of Copenhagen Mr Frank Jensen witnessed the completion of tunnelling on the Cityringen orbital metro line on the…
SWEDISH national train operator SJ will restore X2000 services between Stockholm and Copenhagen from March 1 after reaching an agreement with Danish infrastructure manager Banedanmark on security arrangements at Copenhagen…
Denmark's bold decision to renew its entire signalling infrastructure raised eyebrows across the signalling community when details of its plans first emerged nearly 10 years ago. With work on the…
THE Danish government has approved an amendment to the law permitting the construction of Copenhagen's Cityringen circle metro line to allow the construction of the Sydhavn branch line.
COPENHAGEN metro authority Metroselskabet has appointed a joint venture of Arup and Rambøll to provide design services for the 27km Ring 3 light rail line, which will link 11 municipalities…
A milestone was reached in the construction of Copenhagen's Cityringen metro circle line on January 29, when Denmark's prime minister Mrs Helle Thorning-Schmidt and transport minister Mr Magnus Heunicke witnessed…
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