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Vinci unit to construct rolling stock maintenance centre in France
The operation and rolling stock maintenance centre will serve the future Line 18 of the Grand Paris Express.
Hitachi Rail secures maintenance contract from ILSA

The new trains will connect Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante, Seville, Malaga, and Cordoba.

Sydney rail transitions to net zero emissions

Sydney Trains aims to cut down its energy consumption by at least 10% by 2025.

HS2 shortlists bidders for execution of Phase IIa section

This new section will feature two tunnels, 65 bridges, 17 viaducts, and track along the route.

Bahrain approves phase one of metro project

Phase One will see development of a 109km-long rail-based urban transit network comprising an elevated corridor with two tracks.


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