The Office of Rail and Road's annual report has been published this week, reflecting on the rail industry across the year (2022-2023).
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Rolling Stock Orders/Developments
The term rolling stock in the rail transportation industry refers to any vehicle that moves along a railway track. Global Railway Review’s coverage of rolling stock includes developments and orders placed in mainline and high-speed passenger trains, plus rail freight locomotives and heavy-haul wagons.
Siemens Mobility and the European Locomotive Leasing Group (ELL) have entered a framework agreement to purchase 200 Vectrons.
GCRE's Chief Executive Simon Jones has detailed how the construction of the new testing centre has a 'reduce, reuse, recycle' mindset.
HS2's move to using rail for the transportation of their construction materials removed one million miles of lorry movements from the road.
The North East is urging the Government to deliver on its promises and commit to re-open the Leamside Line following the announcement of the new Network North programme last week.
The new Berlin S-Bahn fleet has been completed, with 106 new S-Bahn trains delivered on schedule and in passenger service.
Irish Rail are teaming with DIGAS to test a retrofitted hydrogen locomotive using a cleaner burning renewable fuel.
With train manufacturing jobs threatened and factories at risk of closure, RIA has called for the Government to make immediate decisions on the building of rolling stock.
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.
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Siemens Mobility will deliver up to 540 single-deck electric multiple-unit trains for Austrian Federal Railways as part of a framework agreement.
California High-Speed Rail Authority’s Board of Directors have approved the release of a RFG for the United States’ first 220mph electrified high-speed trainsets.