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Rolling Stock Maintenance
2 July 2019 | By Global Railway Review
The Board of Directors of Renfe have approved the entry of the company into the high-speed market of France with rolling stock from Alstom.
25 June 2019 | By Global Railway Review
Bombardier has supplied and maintained 78 B-series Electric Multiple Units over the last 15 years for Western Australia’s Public Transport Authority (PTA).
18 June 2019 | By Global Railway Review
Hull Trains has released new images which show the production of its new £60 million fleet, set to be running on UK tracks by the end of 2019.
13 June 2019 | By Global Railway Review
Amtrak, US-based passenger railroad service, has refurbished the interiors for its Acela Express fleet thought to have cost in excess of $4 million in a bid to increase passenger satisfaction.
10 June 2019 | By Global Railway Review
Russian Railways, the Sinara Group and Siemens Mobility GmbH have signed an agreement for the creation of an engineering centre which will focus on high-speed rolling stock,
4 June 2019 | By Global Railway Review
GB Railfreight (GBRf) has announced three Class 66 locomotives are to be leased from Beacon Rail Leasing and introduced to the UK rail network from Sweden.
3 June 2019 | By Global Railway Review
There is now a greater need than ever to utilise innovative solutions to help improve the lifecycle of bogies and wheelsets – vital rolling stock components. This In-Depth Focus investigates the latest techniques available to the industry.
14 May 2019 | By Global Railway Review
The dual-mode Coradia Polyvalent trains will have four cars each, with a capacity of 214 seats, which will be equipped with reading lights and sockets.
13 May 2019 | By StationOne
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR: StationOne is an initiative by Alstom and is the first online B2B marketplace dedicated to the railway industry, connecting professionals who are dedicated to improving global mobility. StationOne is a simple and fast way to obtain access to a broader choice of products and services, all gathered…
13 May 2019 | By Global Railway Review
With the addition of six more electric trains to the existing order, FSE now expects to be operating 11 electric trains by 2020.