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Stadler wins first service contract for Norway’s FLIRT trains

27 October 2017 | By

A maintenance contract between Stadler and NSB Gjøvikbanen has just been signed for ten FLIRT trains over a period of three years. This represents a first for Stadler – who have not previously serviced this particular fleet in Norway – and means an upgrade is planned for their Lodalen maintenance…


ERTMS Norway – preparing for a paradigm shift

9 March 2017 | By

Bane NOR is currently evaluating bids on the three tender packages that the ERTMS procurement in Norway is divided into: TMS, Trackside and Onboard. It makes 2017 a crucial year for the country-wide signalling renewal they are engaged in. Eivind Skorstad, Project Manager for ERTMS National Implementation in Norway, provides…


Station Construction: From the fjord and into the mountain

18 September 2014 | By Stine Ilebrekke Undrum – Project Manager at the Norwegian National Rail Administration

Norway is famous for its fjords and mountains – beautiful to look at, but a challenge for road and railway construction. So when construction of a new double-track railway line was decided from Holm to Nykirke, past the town of Holmestrand in southern Norway, both the track and the station…


Norway: The new Ulriken Tunnel – drill and blast or TBM?

4 June 2014 | By Hans-Egil Larsen, Project Manager at Jernbaneverket

The line between Arna and Bergen in Norway is one of the most heavily trafficked sections of single-track railway in Europe, with approximately 130 trains passing daily. This section is a bottleneck for rail traffic to and from the station and freight terminal in Bergen. The Norwegian National Rail Administration…