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HS2 News

HS2 contractors Mace Dragados start work on Euston station site

Work to build the HS2 London terminus at Euston has taken a major step forward this month with the Mace Dragados joint venture moving onto the construction site adjacent to Euston station to begin work on the new high speed station in central London.

RATP News

RATP Dev awarded three major contracts in the United States

RATP Dev USA, an RATP Group subsidiary, has been awarded three consecutive contracts in the United States: two new contracts, for the operation of “TheBus” transportation service in Prince George’s County, Maryland, and for the operation and maintenance of “The COMET” network in Columbia, South Carolina, as well as a contract renewal for the Camarillo bus network in California.

Siemens News

Michael Peter to be Siemens Mobility’s sole CEO

Michael Peter will be Siemens Mobility’s sole CEO, effective July 10, 2020. Sabrina Soussan, who has been his Co-CEO until now, will leave the company at her own request to take on a new challenge outside Siemens AG. Until her contract ends on December 31, 2020, Ms. Soussan will remain available to Siemens Mobility in an advisory capacity.

Bombardier News

Bombardier signs maintenance contract with Vy Tåg AB for Night Train fleet

Bombardier Transportation has signed a four-year fleet maintenance contract with Norwegian transport operator Vy Tåg AB to maintain its Night Train fleet in Sweden. The contract also includes an option for a further two years of services.

Eiffage News

Eiffage, through its subsidiary Eiffage Énergie Systèmes (consortium leader), and ENGIE Solutions have just won a contract to build the ventilation, smoke extraction and decompression system for lines 16 and 17 tunnels of the Grand Paris Express network a

The contract is worth a total of €58 million and is to be broken down as follows: €31 million for Eiffage Énergie Systèmes and €27 million for ENGIE Solutions.

Voith News

Voith supplies electric traction systems for 18 new trams in Würzburg

Starting in 2022, a series of 18 new low-floor trams will be put into operation in Würzburg, with Voith selected to supply the electrical equipment. Voith is thus helping to increase the long-term viability of a sustainable public transport system for the customer, Würzburger Straßenbahn GmbH.

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