The four trains were refurbished as part of South Western Railway's wider efforts to improve the passenger experience on its network.
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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.
Bombardier Transportation has announced that its Chinese joint venture, Bombardier Sifang (Qingdao) Transportation Ltd. (BST), has been awarded a contract with China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. to provide maintenance activity for 656 high-speed train cars.
CZ LOKO will provide Operail with six modernisation packets for its American C30 locomotives by the end of the first quarter of 2021.
Following an order for 111 new electric trains from Bombardier, the first train will undergo tests on the Greater Anglia network before entering operation.
The 40 new trains will be used across all six lines on the Naples network, aiming to reduce traffic congestion and pollution.
The £642 million contract between Avanti West Coast and Alstom will modernise the Pendolino fleet, which originally went into operation in 2003.
The €313 million contract is MÁV-START's third order for double-deck KISS units from Stadler, following two contracts in 2017 and 2018.
ONCF placed an order with Alstom for 30 Prima M4 units in 2018, with Alstom now beginning delivery of the first trainset.
Michael Matheson, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity for the Scottish Parliament, explains that although Scotland’s commitment to decarbonise its passenger rail services is demanding, it is indisputably something that must be tackled to benefit future generations.
The CNY 2.97 billion contract requires Bombardier to build and supply 160 CR400AF high-speed train cars for the Chinese high-speed rail network.
As Metro Trains Melbourne celebrates its 10-year anniversary, CEO Raymond O’Flaherty talks about the train operator’s milestones and how it will need to continue its transformation to provide a safe and reliable future service for the city’s rapidly-growing population.