Railrunner Europe has filed for insolvency in the bankruptcy court of Hamburg in Germany.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has agreed to provide a JPY167.199bn ($1.53bn) loan for a rail project in Metropolitan Manila, the Philippines.
MTA New York City Transit (NYC Transit) in the US has increased speed limits at 24 subway locations under its ongoing Save Safe Seconds campaign.
Rolling stock manufacturer Stadler has secured a contract to deliver ten five-car FLIRT trains to Belarusian Railway.
Railway cargo carrier DB Cargo has signed a framework agreement with Siemens Mobility for 100 multisystem locomotives.
US-based passenger railroad service Amtrak has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to procure a fleet of single-level passenger rail vehicles to replace the company’s Amfleet I and ex-Metroliner railcars.
Full-stack visual intelligence company PerceptIn has launched a 1,000m visual perception module for semi-autonomous high-speed trains.
Engineering Support Group (ESG) has been awarded a contract by Transport for London (TfL) to install an automatic braking system on London’s tram network.
Strukton Rail has acquired the remaining 40% stake in the Italian rail contractor Costruzioni Linee Ferroviarie (CLF) Group from Unieco.
Network Rail has awarded framework contracts to BAM Nuttall and QTS Group to deliver a range of rail projects in Scotland over a period of five years.