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All articles by Shalini Nair

  1. July’s top news stories

    South Australia orders additional A-City EMU trains The Government of South Australia placed a contract variation for 12 three-car A-City…
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    6 Aug
  2. BOGESTRA commissions Stadler to build six city-rail vehicles

    Swiss rail vehicle manufacturer Stadler has been commissioned by Germany-based public transport operator BOGESTRA to build six city-rail vehicles and…
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    4 Apr
  3. Alstom-led consortium unveils design for Greater Montreal’s REM trains

    Groupe des partenaires pour la mobilité des Montréalais (Groupe PMM), a consortium led by Alstom, has unveiled the design of…
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    2 Apr
  4. HS2 signs construction partner contract for Euston project

    HS2 and a joint venture comprising Mace and Dragados have signed contracts to deliver the high-speed rail project’s landmark terminus…
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    13 Mar
  5. Etihad Rail awards $408m tender to China-South Korea JV

    Etihad Rail has awarded an AED1.5bn ($408m) tender for Package A of Stage Two for the UAE National Rail Network….
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    13 Mar
  6. UK rail passengers call for transparency on how trains are powered

    A study has found that 43% of frequent train passengers in the UK prefer to know how each train is being…
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    11 Feb
  7. Deals this week: Teltronic, AFD, ADB, Cargo UK

    Teltronic was awarded a contract by Trensurb for replacing the communications system of the Porto Alegre Metro network in Brazil….
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    1 Feb
  8. Deals and M&As this week: DB cargo, Stadler, Bombardier Transportation

    DB Cargo and Siemens Mobility have signed a framework agreement for the supply of 100 multi-system locomotives. The agreement follows…
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    25 Jan
  9. PerceptIn launches 1,000m perception device for high-speed trains

    Full-stack visual intelligence company PerceptIn has launched a 1,000m visual perception module for semi-autonomous high-speed trains. This module can also…
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    18 Jan
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