During the third day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
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Etihad Rail has signed MoUs covering a variety of areas with Alstom, SNCF, Progress Rail, and Thales Group at InnoTrans 2022.
During CER's 70th General Assembly, leading CEOs from across the European rail industry came together to discuss future priorities and announce the latest updates to CER's Management Board and Executive Directorship.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, explores what made the headlines in the rail industry during week 12 - 16 September 2022.
CER have continued to work closely with its members to meet transport needs in Ukraine since the outbreak of the war.
With the humanitarian crisis worsening, CER is continuing to work closely with its members to ensure the flow of refugees towards safe havens and help with the supply of aid.
The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) and its members are actively participating in EU-wide humanitarian efforts to support refugees fleeing Ukraine.
Stimio has again been successful in its capital raising efforts, obtaining €1.7 million from Crédit Mutuel Innovation and 574 Invest, SNCF Group investment funds.
SNCF and its partners have begun testing a modified Regio 2N regional train as a prototype autonomous regional train for France's rail network.
The first of 30 new cross-border trains, which will operate between France and Germany, has begun testing for certification and approval, with the aim of beginning operation in 2024.
By confirming the refinancing agreement, Eurostar will be able to continue to operate the vital link between the UK and parts of Europe and meet its financial obligations in the short- to mid-term
The agreement means that SNCF and DB will pool their knowhow on technologies and digitalisation to build the railway system of the future.
Manufactured in Hauts-de-France, and certified ‘Made in France’, the new trains are set to modernise and improve services on France’s busiest lines.
The new order is part of an agreement signed in 2010 for Bombardier to provide a maximum of 860 OMNEO Regio 2N trains to SNCF.
For the first time in France, a locomotive has run in partial autonomy, under real operating conditions, with fully automated acceleration and braking functions.