Siemens Mobility has been awarded a contract by Companhia de Transportes do Estado da Bahia to install a Communications-Based Train Control system (CBTC), GoA2, on the extension of Line 1 in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
As the first country in Europe, Denmark has decided to replace all analogue signalling systems with a digital IT system. A complete upgrade of the railway's signal systems, this is one of the most ambitious infrastructure projects in Europe.
Alstom has been selected by public transport operator Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP) to provide its automatic train operation system I-CBTC to lines 10, 7bis, 3bis and 3 of the Paris metro, in France. As many as 91 carriages of the new MF19 trains, designed and manufactured by Alstom at its Valenciennes and Crespin sites, will be equipped with Alstom’s interchangeable CBTC (I-CBTC) solution, developed for RATP.
Thales’ history with Brescia Metro goes a long way. The collaboration between Brescia Infrastructure Srl and Thales started in 2004. Thales brought its expertise in the maintenance of the systems to accompany the technological evolution of the infrastructure, ensuring an ever-increasing level of safety for passengers.
The top speakers and global players in the transport and logistics sector will be back at the transport logistic Online symposium. They’ll be talking about current trends and challenges in the industry.
Passenger exchange and platform crowding information is valuable in the design and operation of efficient services. Two solutions, part of the Optimet innovations developed by Metrolab, offer operators actionable insight in these crucial areas.