An Alstom-led Consortium, together with its partner Hyundai Engineering & Construction, have signed a Letter of Intent with the Iraqi Ministry of Transport to define a framework for all the appropriate steps to accelerate the implementation of the Baghdad Elevated Train (BET). The Letter of Intent was signed during the Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al Kadhimi’s official visit to Paris. The signing ceremony was held in Matignon, the office of the French Prime Minister, in the presence of Jean Castex, the French Prime Minister and Mustafa Al Kadhimi, the Iraqi Prime Minister.
Designed by China Railway Eryuan Engineering Group and constructed by China Railway Major Bridge Engineering Group, the Jinshajiang Bridge of the Lijiang-Shangri-La Railway closed successfully on October 13, marking the completion of the world’s first long-span railway suspension bridge.
Railcare Group AB announces today that Mattias Remahl will be the new CFO and Vice President replacing the position currently held by CFO Mikael Forsfjäll and Vice President Ulf Marklund. Mattias Remahl's position is a new combination position at Railcare as both CFO and Vice President
Global mobility solution provider Bombardier Transportation has announced today that it has signed a three-year extension to its Train Services Agreement (TSA) with Arriva CrossCountry, in the United Kingdom, with the option of a further extension of up to one year.
HS2 Ltd has today (Wednesday 14 October) announced a partnership with Bath University and the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE) in a major study of the geology beneath the first phase of Britain’s new high speed railway between the West Midlands and London.
The tunneling of Anding Tunnel on the Yuxi-Mohan section of the China-Laos Railway reached the DK134+311 point, marking that the entrance section of Anding Tunnel was completed. The China Railway No.5 Engineering Group undertook the construction.
Salcef S.p.A. will carry out renewal works on Egypt’s main freight corridor, the railway line linking the port of Alexandria to the capital, on behalf of Roward Modern Engineering, an Elsewedy Group company. This project is part of a series of works aimed at modernizing the existing rail network, commissioned in 2019 by the Egyptian National Railways.
The tests carried out in March 2019 on the first turnout gantries (PWP) were successful. This summer, the Hungarian contractor HOMLOK placed an order for 2 gantries to be able to lay switches and crossings directly from tilting wagons. The gains in terms of safety and productivity will enable them to effectively implement the national track renewal program.