Alstom will supply SYTRAL (Lyon's Public Transport Authority) with 35 additional Citadis tramways as part of the “Destinations 2026” plan, which includes the introduction and extension of new tram lines
HS2 Ltd has published new revised images of the designs for the Adelaide Road Headhouse in Camden and are inviting members of the local community to attend information events to learn more about the design.
Siemens Mobility is honored to announce that it has signed a contract with the National Authority for Tunnels (NAT), in witness of the Egyptian Prime Minister and Minister of Transport, as well as the German Ambassador in Egypt to deliver a comprehensive rail system that will feature the first ever high-speed, electrified main and freight rail line that will transform transportation in the Arab Republic of Egypt
Siemens Mobility’s S700 streetcars delivered to the Charlotte Area Transit system (CATS) in the United States are now in revenue service. Designed with advanced hybrid technology that features an innovative battery storage system, these new streetcars run wirelessly through the heart of the city, maintaining a catenary-free zone in the city’s central business district, while offering all the same sustainability benefits as when operating with overhead wires. The six new S700 streetcars join Charlotte’s current light rail fleet of 42 S70 light rail vehicles, bringing the total number of Siemens Mobility vehicles operated by CATS to 48.
TX Logistik AG is tightening its schedule between Germany and Italy. The rail logistics company, which is part of the Mercitalia Group (Gruppo FS Italiane), is increasing the number of round trips on the Duisburg – Segrate connection from five to six per week as of September 6. The reason for the expansion is the increased demand for the transport of semi-trailers.
As one of Europe's leading rail logistics companies, ÖBB Rail Cargo Group is fully committed to digitalisation and is making itself fit for the future by converting to electronic, paperless shipping procedures.
The objective of an Asset Management System is to provide a systemic approach to maximising the value created from an asset – but when we discuss the principles of effective Asset Management (AM), what elements spring to mind? ISO 55001 provides a comprehensive view of the AM Lifecycle.