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Stadler News

First homologation for GUARDIA European Train Control System (ETCS)

GUARDIA, the ETCS automatic train protection system from Stadler’s joint-venture AngelStar, has been homologated for the first time. The FLIRT trains of Koleje Mazowieckie (KM) which are equipped with GUARDIA will be operated in the Polish region Mazovia.

Siemens News

Siemens Mobility Presents New Vision and Motto

Siemens Mobility today unveiled its new vision and motto, which provides the leading transportation company with a clear and common direction to lead the mobility industry into the future. An industry which is characterized by a growing demand for sustainable and intermodal mobility, driven by megatrends such as urbanization and decarbonization.

Colas rail News

New partnership in the rail industry and recruitment in France: Colas Rail and The Adecco Group commit to a more inclusive economy

Colas Rail, international leader in rail infrastructure, and The Adecco Group, world leader in HR Solutions, announce the signing of a ‘Social Pact’ in France aimed at recruiting tomorrow’s talents by developing a more diverse and inclusive culture.

Wabtec News


Wabtec secures agreements worth $120M to implement signaling and train control systems for Virgin Trains USA. The project is a unique high-speed signaling and train control application for the North America market.

Vossloh News

Vossloh wins contract for the supply of rail fastening systems to Uruguay

To advance rail freight traffic and sustainably improve the inland connections with the capital Montevideo, Uruguay Central Railroad is planning numerous modernizations e.g. of railway bridges and stations as well as the construction of a 273 km long railway line between Montevideo and Paso de los Toros in the heartland of the country. Called Ferrocarril Central, this railway infrastructure project is one of the biggest private investment in the history of Uruguay. Work started in February 2020 and the reopening of the Ferrocarril Central line is expected for 2022.

Stadler News

AB Transitio orders twelve more double-decker trains for Mälab

Bussnang, 16 June 2020 - AB Transitio has ordered twelve more double-decker trains from Stadler. The order is worth 133.3 million Swiss francs. Transitio is thereby exercising an option from a contract that has been in place since 2016. The newly ordered trains will be delivered in autumn 2021 in accordance with the contract. They will then run in the Lake Mälaren region, west of the Swedish capital Stockholm.

HS2 News

HS2 reveals striking new images of first tunnel launch site

HS2 revealed a series of striking new images showing preparation for the arrival of the project’s first giant tunnelling machines, which will be launched from a site next to the M25 early next year.

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