The first of 22 four-car metro trains destined for Bangkok’s Green Line extension has been manufactured and is ready to be shipped to Thailand from Turkey.
Siemens has revealed plans to present its latest concept for high-speed trains at the InnoTrans 2018 trade fair for rail technology to be held in Germany in September.
Public transport operator Sporveien has selected CAF’s bid for the supply of 87 trams to Norwegian capital Oslo.
Hitachi has delivered the first of TransPennine Express’s Nova 1 train fleet to the UK from its Japanese facility.
UK infrastructure operator Network Rail has completed its planned track upgrade works in Abergele in North Wales.
British rolling stock manufacturer Vivarail has been selected to supply a fleet of Class 230 D-Trains to KeolisAmey for the Wales and Borders franchise.
Railway rolling stock manufacturer Stadler has introduced its first Traverso low-floor FLIRT train for Swiss railway company Südostbahn (SOB).
The Canadian National Railway Company (CN) has announced plans to invest about C$340m ($262.55m) into the expansion and improvement of its rail network across British Columbia (BC).
GE Transportation has rolled out its first Evolution Series locomotive built for Canadian National Railway (CN), which was manufactured at its facility in Fort Worth, Texas.
French company Alstom has won a contract from Bane NOR to install onboard train control systems in the entire Norwegian railway fleet.