Today, the national railway company of Egypt ENR (Egyptian National Railways) has awarded Talgo with a new contract for the manufacturing of passenger trains. Under the new order, the Spanish company will be responsible for building seven passenger trains for night services for an approximate amount of 280 million euros.
Ricardo, in partnership with Scottish Power, Network Rail Scotland and the University of Leeds, have received next phase energy sector funding to develop their innovative Holistic Hydrogen Approach to Heavy Duty Transport (H2H) project, which aims to be a catalyst that will help the UK remove all diesel trains from the network by 2040.
Knorr-Bremse has expanded its longstanding cooperative venture with Hyundai Rotem Company (HRC). Under the terms of a recently signed framework agreement with a contract value in the mid-double-digit million-euro range, Knorr-Bremse will for the first time supply all three key subsystems for this type of HRC light rail vehicle.
The Consumer Protection and Technical Regulatory Authority declared the environmental impact assessment (EIA) report of the Ülemiste-Kangru section of Rail Baltica to be compliant with the requirements.
Three years after its opening to road and pedestrian traffic, the Samuel De Champlain Bridge welcomes a third type of traffic: the light metro, with Montreal's Réseau express métropolitain (REM – metropolitan express network).