Amtrak’s order builds on the initial order of 75 locomotives in 2018, with the first having entered service in February 2022.
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The testing of new digital signalling on the Northern City Line will reduce delays and enable a more reliable service for passengers.
Siemens Mobility have signed a contract to provide approximately 2,000 kilometres of modern, safe, and integrated rail system to link 60 cities in Egypt.
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Siemens Mobility’s Communications-Based Train Control system is being used for the new East Rail Line Cross-Harbour Extension.
The technology will enable efficient and sustainable transportation and electrical energy savings in the rail sector.
Deutsche Bahn and Siemens Mobility have presented the newly developed Mireo Plus H and a newly designed mobile hydrogen storage trailer.
The new signalling system, which replaces outdated components with digital equipment, will offer Great Northern passengers more reliable journeys to the City of London.
Siemens Mobility will supply the innovative and energy-efficient hybrid battery powered locomotives to the Midtjyske Jernbaner in Denmark.
The first Amtrak locomotive that has the new design, which will appear on many Amtrak trains in the future, is travelling from California to Delaware.
The two-car hydrogen-powered trainset will be presented to the public in the spring of 2022, with pilot tests beginning from mid-2023 on Bayerische Regiobahn routes.
Siemens Mobility will support NCTD’s fleet of 12 DMU vehicles that service Northern San Diego, optimising the maintenance and availability of the fleet.
The new cleaner, faster and more efficient locomotives are now in service, with more set to be delivered up to 2024.
The Bright Blue 2 has arrived in Orlando, the train represents Brightline’s commitment to creating the country’s first and only private high-speed rail network.