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MARTAconfirms award for 127 METRO trains to Stadler–contract signed

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) and Stadler have signed the contract for the delivery of 127 METRO trains with two options for 25 additional trains each. MARTA had awarded the contract to Stadler in spring of this yearaccording to the media release from 29 March 2019. As already announced, the contract is worth over 600 million US dollars. The new trains are scheduled for service at the world's largest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Huber+Suhner News


Following its acquisition of the Kathrein rail antenna portfolio in May, HUBER+SUHNER has introduced an expanded connectivity offering for customers in the railway market.


SNCF selects Klas Telecom TRX R6 for French national rail network

Klas Telecom today announced that, together with their French partner Seolane Innovation, they have entered into an agreement with France’s national rail operator, SNCF to supply the TRX R6 Connected Transportation Platform for implementation on board SNCF’s trains. This agreement comes as the result of a highly competitive public tender in which SNCF sought to acquire an onboard connectivity solution to provide improved operational and passenger-centric services


Schaltbau – Safe and Reliable Train Electrics

Schaltbau supply train electrics to companies including Bombardier, Siemens, Hitachi, Rotem, PESA & Kawasaki for use worldwide in urban transportation and main-line rail vehicles, providing maximum safety, reliability and long life.


Alstom Reveals Model for the Aqua Line in Mumbai

Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) and Alstom have revealed a life-sized model of the train that will run on Line 3 of the Mumbai Metro.


Alstom to Test Coradia iLint in the Netherlands

Alstom has signed plans for a pilot project to test its hydrogen fuel cell train, the Coradia iLint, outside Germany for the first time. The goal is to show that hydrogen fuel cell technology is suitable for zero-emission rail travel on non-electrified lines in the Netherlands.

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