The launch of Egypt's first ever high-speed rail system has moved one step closer, as Siemens Mobility signs a momentous contract worth $3 billion to cover the initial 660km of the 1,800km rail network planned.
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Siemens Mobility, on behalf of Alpha Trains, has converted the regional multiple units from three- to four-car trainsets.
Siemens Mobility has been awarded a contract to design, install and commission the first Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) technology for the Malaysia and Singapore cross border link.
Siemens Mobility is set to deliver 20 Vectron MS multisystem locomotives to one of Europe’s leading rail vehicle rental companies, Railpool, beginning in March 2022.
ÖBB continues to expand its existing commuter and regional train fleet, with an additional order of 21 four-car, state-of-the-art Desiro ML trains from Siemens Mobility.
ÖBB has placed a major order of 20 additional next generation, seven-car night trains from Siemens Mobility, securing its position as market leader in Europe’s night train sector.
Siemens Mobility and everis sign a five-year contract with Renfe, the national railway company of Spain, to develop and operate a countrywide, intelligent Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platform.
Developed by Siemens Mobility, the two-car train is to be tested on the Augsburg-Füssen route, among others, beginning in mid-2023.
Deutsche Bahn's mobile filling station will enable the rapid refuelling of hydrogen trains within 15 minutes, paving the way for climate neutrality.
Amtrak's investment includes a contract with Siemens Mobility for the manufacture of up to 83 multi-powered modern trains, including dual power and hybrid battery trains.
The framework purchase agreement will see Siemens Mobility supply and provide a full-service contract for up to 30 Vectron Dual Mode locomotives.
Following an investment of $28 million, Amtrak is set to deliver a range of improvements across its long distance overnight trains in order to improve the passenger experience.
Siemens Mobility and ScotRail have extended their Technical Support & Spares Supply Agreement by five years to December 2026.
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.