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Thales News

Thales has been awarded a new contract by the Egyptian National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) to design and build the Cairo Metro Line 4 in Egypt

The Egyptian National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) awarded to Thales, in partnership with Orascom Construction and Colas Rail, a new contract to design and build the Telecommunications, Centralised Control and Ticketing systems for the Cairo Metro Line 4 Phase 1.

Thales News

THALES STARTS THE EXECUTION OF THE SIGNALLING INSTALLATIONS CONTRACT FOR THE VALLADOLID EAST BYPASS, INTENDED FOR FREIGHT TRAINS

Thales has begun drafting the construction project, after which work will start on the signaling and telecommunications installations for the Eastern Bypass. This section will cover 17.5 kilometers in this direction, including a 1,130.5-meter viaduct and a 2,192-meter tunnel, thus avoiding crossing urban areas.

CAF Signalling News

The European UP2DATE project, with the participation of CAF Signalling, will have a practical application for the railway sector by the end of the year

The UP2DATE project, an R&D initiative within the European Union's H2020 programme, will complete its research phase at the end of the year and its results can already be applied to the railway and automotive sectors.

Mosmetro News

Double-decker trains may be launched on the Moscow Central Circle

More than 5.5 years have passed since the Moscow Central Circle (MCC) started operating. Before the launch, people did not believe in the MCC relevance, but today the passenger traffic exceeds 550 thousand people per day and the infrastructure is working at its maximum capacity.

CargoBeamer News

CargoBeamer is carbon neutral

Greenhouse-gas neutral transport of semi-trailers by rail.

Premium Power News

Premium PSU’s clean room ensures our products’ quality

State-of-the-art research, development, and manufacturing processes increasingly require environmental conditions where the airborne particle concentration does not exceed specific limits.

HS2 News

HS2 to deliver seamless mobile connectivity

“I’m going into a tunnel, so I might lose you” likely to be thing of the past on Britain’s new high speed rail network.

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