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More than 262 million passengers travelled on Renfe services in the first half of 2019, up 2.5 per cent on the same period in 2018.
Thought to cost in excess of €470 million, a new tender of 38 hybrid Cercanías trains has been approved by Renfe's executive board.
The Board of Directors of Renfe have approved the entry of the company into the high-speed market of France with rolling stock from Alstom.
Renfe’s fleet maintenance for at least the next four years will be completed by Irvia, a joint venture owned by Alstom (51 per cent) and Renfe (49 per cent).
After seeking up-to-date high-speed rail expertise, MTR selects Renfe as its partner for the West Coast Partnership bid.
The "AVE" Houston-Dallas/Fort Worth will connect cities in less than 90 minutes in a corridor that has two of the first five economic regions of the U.S.
The Texas train will be based on the latest generation of Central Japan Railway’s Tokaido Shinkansen train system, the world’s safest mass transportation system.
A comparison report of Europe’s high-speed and long-distance train services has been published by Loco2, revealing that SBB, Deutsche Bahn and ÖBB are the top three train operators for passengers belonging to 12 types of audiences, including foodies, business travellers, pet owners, backpackers, families with children and many more...
23 October 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review
Renfe Operadora has accepted a €600 million European Investment Bank (EIB) loan to finance the modernisation of train stations and procurement of rolling stock.
30 October 2013 | By Alencom
The text provides that the parties will develop different activities, such as technical research and assistance...
18 June 2010 | By INTERNATIONAL UNION OF RAILWAYS
SBB, Deutsche Bahn Passenger Transport & DB Schenker Rail, NSB, & NRIC receive awards at the second edition of the UIC Sustainability Awards.
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The year 2008 was the 160th anniversary of railways in Spain, which is all the more significant because now in the 21st Century, railways have clearly been modernised and this modernisation process will continue in the coming years. In accordance with the Strategic Infrastructures and Transport Planes (PEIT), prepared by…
21 July 2009 | By Joe Bloggs
The effect of implementing a high-speed network in Spain has been incredibly positive and it has created a ‘before and an after' effect in the Spanish railway sector. Not long ago, trains were competing against cars, but nowadays trains are in competition with planes and this radical change shows the…