German railway company Deutsche Bahn (DB) has introduced the first vehicles from its fleet of Siemens-made ICE 4 trainsets into regular service on schedule.
South African state-owned enterprise company Transnet has received the first TRAXX locomotive from Bombardier Transportation, which is expected to be used for freight traffic applications.
South Korean firm Hyundai Rotem has signed a €720m rail contract with the Railways of Islamic Republic of Iran and Iranian Rail Industries Development to manufacture 450 rail buses (DMU...
Japan’s Mitsubishi Electric has secured a contract to supply prototype traction transformers to the French National Railways (SNCF).
Network Rail has introduced three new grinding trains that will be used to maintain railway tracks across the UK, and ensure smooth and reliable services.
Austrian mobility services provider ÖBB-Personenverkehr (ÖBB-PV) is set to receive a €500m loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to purchase new rolling stock.
Rolling stock manufacturer Alstom has delivered the first in a series of overhauled BB36000 locomotives to French leasing company Akiem.
Swiss rolling stock manufacturer Stadler has agreed to supply 18 two-car units of its new WINK locomotive to Arriva Netherlands as part of a contract valued at approximately €170m.
The first of the new Siemens-built light rail vehicles (LRVs), which are based on the company's Model S200, has commenced commercial service in San Francisco, US.
Transport for London (TfL) in the UK has issued an Invitation to Negotiate to four pre-qualified bidders for a contract that involves the procurement of 43 new trains for the...