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Morocco has opened the Tangier-Casablanca high-speed rail line that will connect the industrial and commercial hubs of the country.
Today's rail transport must be fast, efficient and safe. At the same time, it should also provide exceptional comfort and service to its passengers. Modern and complex systems are entering the market that enable train operators to fulfil these requirements.
Charoen Pokphand Group (CP Group) consortium and BSR Joint Venture (JV) have submitted bids for a $6.8bn high-speed rail project in Thailand.
ELPA stocks a range of products that are designed to reduce rail wear and noise. These can be mounted on trains, trams or on the rails. They are particularly useful in populated areas, or on stretches of track with sharp-radius curves or other features which could wear down brakes or wheels.
Sqills implemented S3 Passenger for OUIGO. S3 Passenger is the latest and best available sales, distribution and revenue management suite on the market.
Applications such as on-board internet, communication-based train control and passenger information or entertainment systems require the reliable transmission of ever greater data volumes in trains.
Chinese automotive manufacturing company Zhejiang Geely Holding Group (Geely) has signed an agreement with state-owned China Aerospace Science and Industry (CASIC) to develop supersonic trains.
KiwiRail is set to receive NZD35m ($23m) in funding from the Government of New Zealand to modernise 15 of its electric trains, and Vivarail has postponed the delivery of Class 230 trains to London Northwestern Railway. Railway-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from October 2018.
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