Alstom will hold a round table, named “The ecological revolution in rail transport”, on September 29 in Milan Rho Fiera during Expo Ferroviaria. The conference will illustrate the new era of the sector in Italy
The ground-based metro Moscow Central Diameters (MCD) project caused series of positive social and economic effects. It also revived the previously industrial and unattractive areas around the railway. For example, Kuryanovo station of MCD 2 became a driver of the eponymous district.
Seymour Whyte, a VINCI Construction subsidiary based in Australia, has been selected for a design and build rail and pavement upgrade contract of the Port of Melbourne, Australia’s largest container and general cargo port, handling more than one-third of the nation’s container trade.
HS2 Ltd today invited six bidders to tender for Advanced Civil Works (ACW), a major two-part enabling works contract for a new section of the high speed rail network extending from the West Midlands to Crewe.
The SM42-6Dn show, the first Polish hydrogen locomotive PESA, was probably the mostanticipated premiere of the TRAKO 2021 International Railway Fair, and this was confirmed by the
crowds of guests who filled the exhibition tracks
E to the power of three stands for Economic - Ecologic - Ergonomic, for economic efficiency, pollution control and advanced ergonomics of Plasser & Theurer track maintenance machines. Now, Robel as the first partner company, has adopted the E3 brand for products that live up to the high environmental standards.
Hitachi Rail launches new innovations as part of an enhanced offer to freight railroads and passenger rail operators, as the Hitachi Group continues its investment and focus on the North American rail market
Cargounit, the largest independent locomotive leasing company in Poland, has ordered up to 30 Vectron MS locomotives from Siemens Mobility. The framework agreement includes the delivery of ten units by the end of 2023 and an option for 20 additional locomotives by 2024 as well as the maintenance of the vehicles. The first two locomotives will be delivered this year. The locomotives are planned for service in Poland, Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia, the Netherlands and optionally Romania and Bulgaria. The leasing company previously ordered six locomotives from Siemens Mobility in 2018 and 2019. Cargounit’s Vectron fleet could grow to 36 locomotives by 2024.