Stadler's Citylink tram-train has the capability to operate in both electric mode on the tram networks and diesel mode on the mainline.
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The Class 93 trains can operate at a higher speed than trainsets already in operation in the UK and will work to significantly reduce carbon emissions.
The €240 million contract enables ÖBB to order up to 20 of the trains from Stadler, with an initial order for five already placed.
The order represents the first time that Stadler will build new, customised narrow-gauge multiple units for regional and cross-border rail transport in Ticino.
Marking its first order in Uruguay, Stadler has signed a contract with PORTREN SA to supply seven EURO4001 locomotives with deliveries expected to start by the end of 2022.
The report outlines Greater Anglia's efforts in improving the sustainability of its operations and decreasing its carbon emissions.
Nexus marks the Metro's heritage unveiling yellow livery for it's new Stadler fleet, due to enter service in 2023, as it asks passengers for their say on the Metro's interior.
The first two of 12 new Stadler electric trains have begun operation on the Stansted Express route, marking the start of the final phase of the programme.
CAPTRAIN España has signed a framework contract with Alpha Trains for up to 21 units of the new full electric EURO6000 Stadler locomotives.
MÁV-START Zrt. - the Hungarian passenger service operator - has exercised its contract right and ordered four additional bi-mode CITYLINK tram-trains from Stadler.
The contract represents the first time that Stadler has won the opportunity to refit trains with its own ETCS system, GUARDIA.
Taking advantage of an option from a contract originally signed with Stadler in 2016, AB Transitio has ordered an additional 12 double-decker trains for Mälab.
The majority of the trains are now in passenger service on the Greater Anglia network, with the last 11 trains currently undergoing final testing.
As a privately-owned open access operator in Austria, WESTbahn must ensure its rolling stock asset is always operational. Erich Forster, WESTbahn’s CEO, outlines what it takes to maintain their fleet, including the four pillars of maintenance activities it adheres to.