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ROLA customers are benefitting from a reduction in the basic price as well as attractive round trip discounts. Making ROLA more attractive is another step towards shifting freight transport to rail.

Bombardier News

Bombardier to build 14 more TWINDEXX Vario double-deck coaches for LNVG

Global mobility provider Bombardier Transportation has received an order from Lower Saxony’s regional public transport operator Landesnahverkehrsgesellschaft Niedersachsen (LNVG) for 14 additional BOMBARDIER TWINDEXX Vario double-deck coaches. A total of 12 intermediate cars and two control cars will be delivered, increasing LNVG’s fleet to 246 TWINDEXX Vario double-deck coaches in addition to the 37 TRAXX locomotives already in service.

Voith News

Voith presents innovative stop-start system for locomotives

KIEL, GERMANY. The automatic OnEfficiency.StopStart system from Voith contributes to more efficient rail freight transport of the future. By switching off the traction engine of a locomotive during long waiting periods, operators save fuel and thus reduce costs and emissions.


Railway on the fast track to implementing sustainable mobility in the Middle East

Despite a global shift towards renewable energy, as governments look to reverse the adverse effects of climate change, the fact remains that much of the world’s transport sector is still dependent on fossil fuels. When it comes to the future of sustainable mobility in the Middle East, however, rail transport is leading the way.

Vossloh Info

Vossloh supplies fastening systems for new heavy-haul line in Mongolia

Vossloh won a first contract for the supply of rail fastening systems for a heavy-haul line in Mongolia. The about 270 km long line will connect the Tavan Tolgoi with Gashuun Sukhait port at the Chinese border. After its completion, about 30 million tonnes of goods, primarily raw materials for steel production, will be transported on the new rail link each year

Stadler News

Stadler to deliver new trams to the city of Milan

Stadler and Azienda Transporti Milanesi S.p.A. (ATM) have signed a framework agreement for the supply of up to 80 TRAMLINK trams for the city of Milan.

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