Excellent 16th position in the 2020 classification of the best 150 Italian construction companies published by Il sole 24 ore. The data, processed by Guamari studio, confirm GCF as leader among specialised firms of the railway sector and underscore the optimal performance of Gefer that ranks 56th from 62nd.
DB Cargo AG and DB Bahnbaugruppe GmbH have together ordered a total of 50 locomotives from Siemens Mobility. The Vectron Dual Mode locomotives will be delivered with specific adaptations for the planned range of service with DB Cargo and the DB Bahnbau Group. The locomotives can be operated with either diesel or electricity.
AdaCore, a trusted provider of software development and verification tools, today announces that ENYSE, part of the ACS group, has selected its GNAT Pro development environment to develop its new safety-critical railway signaling solutions
Stadler has been awarded the largest contract in the company’s history with a total volume of up to four billion euros: it has won an international tender held jointly by six transport companies from Germany and Austria for up to 504 vehicles as part of the “VDV Tram-Train” project.
Taffs Well Depot is a modern installation being built by Transport for Wales as the base for its new fleet of Citylink Trains. The new solution will provide Transport for Wales (TfW) with a modern COTS Safety PLC based interlocking, distributed around the depot for connection to train location devices, points control and signals. The system will present depot layouts and control via a modern signallers HMI display in the new Taffs Well Control Room.
Wabtec Corporation (NYSE: WAB) and Rio Tinto announced today an order for four FLXdrive battery-electric locomotives to support sustainable operations of the mining company’s rail network in the Pilbara region of Western Australia
On Saturday 1 January, the Lusail tramway was launched by the Qatar Minister of Transport and the Chairman of Qatar Rail, the Qatari national public transport operator. This first “preview” service open to the public is on the Orange Line and serves six underground stations: Marina, Marina Promenade, Yacht Club, Esplanade, Energy City South and Legtaifiya which offers an interconnection with the Doha Metro.
Innovative digital passenger information and guidance system. Screens inside the car above each train door display provide passengers with real-time information about further routes and connections at the next station.