ÖBB – the Austrian Federal Railways – is the biggest company advocating for climate protection in Austria, and the Nightjet has now become synonymous with sustainable travel within Europe. For customers, it is not only the network with lots of attractive destinations in Europe that counts, but also modern and…
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23 February 2021 | By Global Railway Review
The new generation of Nightjet trains, which have now been presented, are set to be put into service by ÖBB by the end of 2022.
25 May 2022 | By Elliot Robinson (Editorial Assistant - Global Railway Review)
ÖBB are celebrating the first year of the Nightjet from Vienna and Innsbruck to Amsterdam which has saved over 40,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions compared to air travel
6 September 2022 | By Elliot Robinson (Editorial Assistant - Global Railway Review)
With a total of 33 next-generation Nightjets expected on the rails by 2025, the interior of the new sleeping and couchette car has been revealed by ÖBB and Siemens Mobility.
10 August 2021 | By Global Railway Review
ÖBB has placed a major order of 20 additional next generation, seven-car night trains from Siemens Mobility, securing its position as market leader in Europe’s night train sector.
2 May 2023 | By Elliot Robinson (Editorial Assistant - Global Railway Review)
ÖBB have awarded a contract to Škoda Group for the modernisation of six couchette coaches for the Nightjet fleet.
3 May 2023 | By Global Railway Review
For Global Railway Review’s ‘Access For All’ interview series, Franz Andel, Accessibility Manager at ÖBB-Personenverkehr, explains the importance of accessibility for the company and highlights some of the passenger friendly features of the their trains.
6 September 2023 | By Elliot Robinson (Editorial Assistant - Global Railway Review)
Deutsche Bahn and the Austrian Federal Railways are expanding their cross-border long-distance services with new connections in day and night traffic as well as the use of new vehicles.
1 March 2023 | By Global Railway Review
Train interiors impact the passenger experience greatly. Operators aim to create a comfortable and welcoming ambience which offers comfortable seating, ample legroom, and modern amenities, considering factors such as lighting, temperature control, privacy, and the importance of on-board technology to provide a connected journey. As the contributors in this In-Depth…
Gerald Schinagl, Digital Innovation Manager at ÖBB BCC GmbH and Peter Blauensteiner, Programme Manager of Strategic Capacity Management at ÖBB Personenverkehr AG, write how a predictive, rather than a reactive, approach to delay management could transform rail timetables.
27 February 2023 | By Global Railway Review
Packed full of exclusive content, including a Roundtable with topic experts of HOF and Safety Culture in Rail; Bogies & Wheelsets and Train Interiors In-Depth Focuses; Madrid train station developments; and much more!