The regional transport business of Deutsche Bahn AG has placed a third order for seven new Mireo trains from Siemens Mobility.
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GB Railfreight insists that a decision on the future of the HS2 scheme must be made as soon as possible following the December general election.
The approval of a €150 million purchase of 41 additional rail carriages was announced by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport.
The modernised trains will now return 50 per cent more energy to the network than their predecessors, contributing to helping power the fleet.
A report has revealed that Britain’s rail industry is committed to delivering over 1,000 extra services a week for passengers and the introduction of 1,000 new carriages during 2020.
The new €300 million contract includes the construction of 15 KISS trains and complete maintenance to ensure high availability.
The companies will work in co-operation and is a result of RAIL.ONE’s win of the DB Netz AG’s tender for the planning, construction and operation of the new plant.
The train is a result of a 300 million Swiss francs investment to renovate and modernise the 20-year-old fleet to ensure their continuing service.
A 12-week test programme has proven that the new commuter trains can withstand an extensive range of severe weather and temperature conditions.
Train services across the globe are perpetually striving to improve and the ways in which they vary are vast. The differences are highlighted when taking a closer look at how they operate, what they prioritise, and how they adapt their services.
Carriages specifically designed for bikes and large sporting equipment to be introduced to Scotland’s scenic rail route.