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First KISS trains for MÁV has been ceremonially rolled out and will begin the necessary tests required for commercial operation.
The establishment of a new freight connection between China and the BILK terminal is complete, resulting in an unbeatable transport duration.
New signalling technology will be used in Hungary to ensure the railway network is as efficient, cost-effective and enjoyable as possible…
19 July 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is to provide a €40 million loan to Hungary’s Railway Company GySEV (Gyor-Sopron-Ebenfurti Vasut Zrt) to finance new rolling stock and introduce safety improvements.
20 July 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review
MÁV-START Zrt, the passenger operation unit of Hungarian State Railways, has signed a contract with Stadler for the delivery of 21 suburban FLIRT EMUs.
28 January 2010 | By Bombardier Transportation
Bombardier Transportation has received an order from the Hungarian State Railway company, MAV, for 25 BOMBARDIER TRAXX P 160 AC locomotives.
28 January 2010 | By László Mosóczi, Member of the Board, Chief Operating Officer, Head of MÁV Infrastructure
Hungarian State Railways Co. (MÁV) is characterised by limited market and financial opportunities which are determined by the obligation to sustain the level of service, the application of obligatory ticket prices, limited budgetary compensations and by limited debt raising opportunities. After a couple of decades, the first years of the…
30 July 2007 | By Martin Huber, Chairman, ÖBB-Holding AG
ÖBB is on the way to renewal – and on the way to European achievement. One thing is clear to all members of the Group; ÖBB must be fit for European competition. This will require extensive work in major activities – ranging from the new main railway station of Vienna…
28 July 2006 | By Mr. István Heinczinger, Chief Operating Officer, MÁV Co
Hungarian State Railways (MÁV Co) celebrates the 160th anniversary of its foundation this year. The first railway line running between the capital city of Pest and Vác, a town situated 30km from the capital and operated by steam engines, opened on 15 July 1846. István Széchenyi and Lajos Kossuth, eminent…