The Rail Cargo Group is developing a new concept for the existing Kaindl shuttle and will be transporting 1,700 tonnes of raw and finished products a day by rail between Wals and Lungötz for the domestic industrial business from 2021.
Alstom has recently deployed its APS system, a ground-level continuous power supply system, to the 10.1-km long Eminonu- Alibeykoy tramway line which consists of 14 stations. The 9-km section between Balat- Alibeykoy of the tramway line, which was inaugurated on 1 January 2021, will reduce the footprint of light rail lines and preserves the aesthetics of urban environments.
On December 29, 2020, the Vientiane-Luang Prabang Section of China-Laos Railway was completed. Constructed by China Railway No.2 Engineering Group, the project lays a solid foundation for completing the whole China-Laos Railway before May 2021 and putting the whole line into service by December 2021.
On account of what are currently its highest production volume since the company was founded, the Rail Cargo Group’s transport services are delivering raw material supplies for Metadynea on the environmentally friendly railways.
Global mobility leader Bombardier Transportation and Zurich Public Transport operator VBZ have signed a contract for 40 additional BOMBARDIER FLEXITY low-floor trams for Zurich. This is part of an option from the contract awarded to Bombardier by VBZ in March 2017 for 70 FLEXITY trams with an option for a further 70. Today’s option for 40 additional trams is valued at approximately 172 million Swiss Francs (160 million euro, $194 million US), excluding VAT.
China Railway (Wuhan) Electrification Engineering Group Co., Ltd. successfully installed the first high-voltage power cable of the Boten-Vientiane section of the China-Laos Railway in a tunnel near Vang Vieng, Laos on October 28.
Alstom has successfully conducted the first test-run for Mostaganem tramway project. During this phase, Alstom’s tramways have run from the secondary storage park T2 section to SNTF station, around 2km.
Global mobility technology leader Bombardier Transportation announced today that it has signed a contract with Mosaic Transit Partners Maintenance GP (MTM) to provide 30 years of maintenance services for the Finch West Light Rail Transit (LRT) project in Toronto. Under the agreement, Bombardier will maintain a fleet of light rail vehicles as well as wayside track and overhead catenary system assets for the new LRT line scheduled to be completed in 2023.