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All articles by Aninda Chakraborty

  1. Link Alliance signs $1.12bn Auckland City Rail Link project contract

    The Link Alliance consortium has signed an NZ$1.66bn ($1.12bn) design-construction alliance contract to deliver ‘Package 3’ of the City Rail…
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    22 Jul
  2. IRCON International to upgrade Maho-Omanthai rail line in Sri Lanka

    IRCON International, the engineering and construction subsidiary of Indian Railways, has signed an agreement to upgrade the 130km-long railway line…
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    22 Jul
  3. UK allocates £58m to upgrade Cardiff Central Station in Wales

    The UK Government is set to invest up to £58m to upgrade Cardiff Central Station on the South Wales Main…
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    22 Jul
  4. Saudi Railway selects Huawei for smart railway programme

    Saudi Railway Company (SAR) has entered a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Chinese tech firm Huawei to initiate smart railway…
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    19 Jul
  5. China’s Nanjing Metro orders traction and train control systems

    Nanjing Metro in China has signed a contract with Alstom to procure traction systems and a train control and monitoring…
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    19 Jul
  6. Duos Technologies to supply pantograph inspection system to Metra

    Duos Technologies Group has received a purchase order to deliver its Automated Pantograph Inspection System (apis) to Metra, a commuter…
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    19 Jul
  7. Philippines signs rolling stock contract for PNR Clark Phase I project

    The Department of Transportation (DOTr) in the Philippines has entered an agreement to procure rolling stock for the flagship PNR…
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    18 Jul
  8. Deutsche Bahn restarts ICE 4 trains procurement

    German railway company Deutsche Bahn (DB) has resumed acceptance of ICE 4 trains from Siemens and Bombardier, a programme suspended…
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    18 Jul
  9. India approves railway projects worth $872.5m to boost connectivity

    The Government of India has approved three projects with a combined value of Rs60.11bn ($872.5m) to boost railway connectivity in…
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    18 Jul
  10. Sacyr Neopul secures rail contracts in Spain and Ireland

    Sacyr Neopul, a subsidiary of Sacyr specialising in the electrification and maintenance of railway tracks, has secured four contracts in…
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    17 Jul
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