On Tuesday 29th June, the first train carrying spoil removed from HS2 construction works in London left the HS2 Logistics hub in Willesden. Carrying 1,470 tonnes of spoil, the train departed at 03:51 and will travel to Barrington in Cambridgeshire, where the spoil will be reused in a disused quarry to bring it back into use as a new housing development.
The CAF Group has launched the CAF Startup Station. This is the new Venture Client unit designed for partnering with top tier startups with relevant and innovative solutions in the rail and bus sectors.
Ricardo’s design teams have supported Eversholt Rail, a UK rolling stock leasing company, to convert a passenger train into a low-carbon option for transporting parcels direct to town and city centres via the mainline rail network.
Alstom has signed a contract with Germany’s Baden-Wuerttemberg State Institute for Rail Vehicles (SFBW) to retrofit 118 regional trains with the European Train Control System (ETCS) Automatic Train Operation (ATO) digital signalling technology
During Moscow Urban Forum 2021, an international congress on challenges of the growing supercities, TMH presents an end car (“head car”) of its new DC electric train Ivolga 3.0 (Class EG2Tv) to future passengers at the Three Station Square (Komsomolskaya Square).