Siemens Mobility and ScotRail have extended their Technical Support & Spares Supply Agreement by five years to December 2026.
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Following Siemens completing the delivery of the high-speed Velaro Turkey trains ahead of schedule, the whole Velaro fleet is expected to be available for commercial services as of June 2021.
Siemens Mobility will install an electronic interlocking signalling system at 68 stations, covering 450km of the island’s approximately 1,110km total railway network.
Siemens Mobility and the Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nuremberg for Renewable Energy have agreed on joint research for the use of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) technology in rail transport.
Thirty years ago, six ICE 1 trains converged in Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe from different directions and officially inaugurated the era of high-speed rail travel in Germany.
The Kijfhoek marshalling yard will receive automated and digital systems to help optimise yard operations and improve efficiency, reliability and safety.
ORR has raised its concerns regarding the two main players in the UK's railway signalling market, stating that competition needs to be improved for alternative companies.
RSG's Work Pipeline Visibility Charter asks businesses in the rail supply chain to commit to sharing their work pipeline information with their suppliers.
Following the launch of a competitive procurement in January 2019, Siemens Mobility has been selected as the preferred bidder to manufacture a new fleet for Amtrak.
The Siemens Mobility and Škoda Transportation consortium has been awarded the contract to supply 20 Viaggio Comfort nine-car trainsets to Czech Railways.
The centre, to be located in Goole, will aim to accelerate the adoption of technology within the rail industry and spotlight decarbonisation.
Siemens Mobility and VTG will test an innovative Brake Monitoring System in order to improve the efficiency of rail freight transportation.
The two contracts will see Siemens Mobility work to improve the overall efficiency and capacity of the rail network in metropolitan Sydney, Australia.
According to a recent customer satisfaction survey, passengers have voted Lastochka - the first Russian high-speed electric train - as the best to operate on the country's rail network.
As part of the country-wide programme to accelerate the implementation of Germany’s digital interlocking projects by 2021, Siemens Mobility will fully digitalise the Finnentrop interlocking in the state of North-Rhine Westphalia.