In this video interview, Antonio Tresca, Head of Customer Service and Direct Sales High-Speed Trains at Trenitalia, spoke to Global Railway Review about the differences between Trenitalia's high-speed trains and what onboard amenities are on offer, plus making high-speed rail accessible for all.
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Stadler and Trenitalia have signed an agreement for the supply of up to 50 EUROLIGHT Dual locomotives with a first call-off order for 13 units.
The Blues train for Trenitalia runs on hybrid power and will bring high levels of comfort to passengers in Sicily.
During the second day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
At InnoTrans, Hitachi Rail and Trenitalia unveiled the ‘Blues Train’, a new train which will cut emissions and fuel consumption by more than 50 per cent.
Hitachi Rail, together with Trenitalia, has debuted the innovative “tri-brid” train which allows for a 50 per cent reduction in fuel consumption and CO2e.
The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) and its members are actively participating in EU-wide humanitarian efforts to support refugees fleeing Ukraine.
Andrea Giuricin, Transport Economist for University of Milan Bicocca, explores the development of open access competition in high-speed rail throughout Europe and how it has impacted the market.
The maintenance of trains for Spain’s leading private high-speed rail operator, ILSA, will include predictive and corrective activities to ensure the highest levels of reliability, safety and comfort for passengers.
Hitachi Rail and Bombardier Transportation have celebrated a decade of working together delivering ETR 1000 trains - the fastest-ever in-service train in Europe, capable of achieving 400km/h.
Hitachi Rail SpA and Bombardier Transportation have signed a contract with Italy's Trenitalia to supply 23 Frecciarossa 1000 very high-speed trains for the new ILSA rail operation in Spain.
Providing a north to south network is the focus of Trenitalia’s 2020 summer timetable, with new connections to encourage more and more people to leave their cars at home.
Daniele Rossi, Trenitalia’s Head of Logistics, explains why Italy’s main rail transport company has turned to using Additive Manufacturing (AM) as a transformative approach to manage spare parts availability.
TX Logistik AG has doubled the number of freight trains between Stockholm and Malmo for the Swedish retail chain Coop, a connection that is supplying food to the supermarkets in the south of the country.
Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, has been adopted in the rail sector and its use has grown over recent years. Read on to find out how AM is being developed for use in Austrian, Swedish and Italian rail companies, and what benefits this technology can bring.