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Alstom delivers new tramways for Dublin

Alstom has delivered the first of eight new Citadis tramways to Dublin, as part of a partnership with Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) and the National Transport Authority (NTA) that will also see it extend 28 existing vehicles.

HS2 News

HS2 offers free construction training course for unemployed along line of route

Local people in Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire and Warwickshire who are out of work, or looking for a new career opportunity, are encouraged to register for a free construction training course linked to opportunities to work on HS2, Britain’s new low carbon railway.

Vossloh News

Compelling milling concept in the Netherlands

Vossloh is currently using several milling machines per shift in order to make the best use of possession times of as little as four hours for its customer.


KONE wins order for the first phase of Jinan Metro Line R2 in China

KONE Corporation, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, will deliver 107 escalators to the first phase of the Metro Line R2 in Jinan, the capital of eastern China's Shandong province. Traditionally a major bus transportation hub, Jinan opened its first metro line only in 2019. Currently, two lines are in service.

Eiffage News

EOLE: summer work is underway

From the Haussmann Saint-Lazare station in Mantes-la-Jolie, teams are mobilised as part of the Eole project, the extension of the RER E to the west of Paris.

Wabtec News


Wabtec Corporation’s (NYSE: WAB) Trip Optimizerä system surpassed a milestone as railroads utilized the energy management system to operate their trains for more than 500 million auto miles. The system greatly reduces emissions and fuel costs for railroads worldwide.


World's first hydrogen filling station for passenger trains to be built in Bremervoerde

Bremervoerde, 28 July 2020 – In Lower Saxony's Bremervoerde, the world's first hydrogen filling station for passenger trains will be built starting in September. Representatives of the state and the companies involved met on site for a symbolic ground-breaking ceremony. An eighteen-month test phase for the first two trains was successfully completed at the end of February. The mobility project, which has attracted worldwide attention, is now entering its next phase.

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