Innovative project aims for net zero emissions in operation, paving the way for green infrastructure of the future. Carbon reduction equivalent to removing emissions from 10,000 houses or 500 million km of car travel.
In a consortium with French transportation solutions provider Alstom, Taiwan’s largest turnkey contractor CTCI is awarded a contract to provide system-wide electrical and mechanical (E&M) work to Taipei City Government’s Wanda-Zhonghe-Shulin Line Phase 2 metro extension. This is a recognition of the consortium’s quality service for undertaking the Phase 1 project previously awarded in 2018.
Lydney business Mabey Bridge is already benefiting from its contract with HS2 – Britain’s largest infrastructure project – to supply modular bridges to support construction of the UK’s new high speed, low carbon railway.
With its Fastening Systems business unit, Vossloh has won another important tender for the supply of rail fastening systems for the construction of a new high-speed line in China. The order volume is equivalent to over €30 million and underlines Vossloh Fastening Systems' strong market position in the high-speed sector in China.
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.
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.
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.