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This clears the way for the new Gotthard train to travel with passengers on the Swiss rail network for the first time.
Together with the recently signed contract for the supply of 30 FLIRT DMU, the Stadler train fleet in Italy will grow to over 200 trains.
For the first time in Switzerland, a large series of multiple units will be equipped with an ETCS automatic train protection system.
The approval of operation means SBB can move forward with its timetable change; offering more reliable and enjoyable train services.
Railway traffic will run over the new bridge from 4 November 2018, and the refurbishment is expected to provide another 70 years of use.
The new FLIRT trains will provide improved passenger comfort, amenities and accessibility across the Swiss railway network…
BLS is to purchase 52 latest-generation Flirt trains after the contract was signed by Peter Spuhler, President of the Board of Directors of Stadler and BLS CEO Bernard Guillelmon…
Deutsche Bahn AG has awarded Powerlines Germany the contract for the electrification of two sections of the Munich-Lindau extension project.
A competition held during Stadler’s open day has enabled the company to find a name for its new line of high-speed trains: SMILE.
Siemens and DB Cargo AG have signed a framework agreement for the delivery of 100 locomotives for the Rhine-Alpine-Corridor.
Work to expand Bern’s main station – the Zukunft Bahnhof Bern Project – is underway.
5 April 2017 | By COMLAB AG
The Swiss company COMLAB AG has been awarded a contract worth approximately 5.99 million CHF to equip a tunnel radio system to both single-track tunnel sections of the Ceneri Base Tunnel. The 15.4 km-long Ceneri Base Tunnel is the third largest tunnel project in Switzerland after Gotthard and the Lötschberg…
12 December 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Global Railway Review
Regular passenger services have begun operating through the Gotthard Base Tunnel – the world’s longest tunnel – in Switzerland.
29 November 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Global Railway Review
Bombardier Transportation has announced that its TRAXX locomotives have been approved for operation on Switzerland’s ETCS routes, including Gotthard Base Tunnel.