Keolis Opens Shanghai Pudong Airport Metro

The Passenger Rapid Transit System, which connects Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 to two satellite halls, opened on 16 September. The Keolis joint venture Shanghai Keolis will operate and maintain the metro network for a period of 20 years. Shanghai Keolis won this contract in October 2017. This new airport

Ekrem İmamoğlu’ndan Marmaray Hamlesi

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Aynı Marmaray’dan metro hattına geçişte olduğu gibi metrodan Marmaray’a geçişte de aktarmaların geçerli olması İstanbulluların talebi olduğunu belirten İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediye (İBB) Başkanı Ekrem İmamoğlu, “Ben de elbette bu talebi Ulaştırma Bakanlığı’yla paylaşacağım” ifadelerini kullandı [devamı…]

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İZBAN’dan Fuarı Nedeniyle Gece Geç Saatlere Kadar Ek Sefer

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6-15 Eylül tarihleri arasında gerçekleştirilecek 88. İzmir Enternasyonal Fuarı nedeniyle İZBAN gece geç saatlere kadar ek sefer düzenleyecek. İZBAN, 6 Eylül 2019 Cuma günü kapılarını açacak İzmir Enternasyonal Fuarı boyunca, toplam 40 ek sefer düzenleyecek. [devamı…]

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Industry Insider Week 36 – 7 Must-Read Rail News Stories

Trains for Blackpool | Northern Continues Fleet Roll-Out | Rolling Stock Northern will begin operating new electric trains between Blackpool and Liverpool on Monday 9 September. The train operating company says further trains will be launched to serve Blackpool-York and Blackpool-Bolton-Hazel Grove. Northern are replacing their fleet of Pacer trains with

Gayrettepe İstanbul Havalimanı Metro Hattı’nda Işık Göründü

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Bakan Turhan, Gayrettepe-İstanbul Havalimanı Metro Hattı Hasdal-İstanbul Havalimanı Kesimi Tünel Delme İşlemlerinin Tamamlanması ve Işık Göründü Töreni’ne katıldı. Burada yaptığı konuşmada şehir içi ulaşım sorunlarının çözümünde raylı sistemlerin öneminden bahseden Turhan, İstanbul’da ulaşım konusunda 17 [devamı…]

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Ankara’da Mobil Bilet (Cep Bilet) Dönemi Başladı

ankarada mobil bilet cep bilet donemi basladi

Ankara Büyükşehir Belediyesi, Başkentlilere ve Başkent’e gelen yerli ve yabancı turistlere toplu taşıma araçlarını kullanırken büyük kolaylık sağlayacak ANKARAKART Mobil Cep (CEP BİLET) uygulamasını hayata geçirdi. EGO Genel Müdürü Nihat Alkaş, otobüs, raylı sistemler ve [devamı…]

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Alstom Rolling Stock Solutions at Expo Ferroviaria 2019

Railway Infrastructure Alstom has three rail infrastructure solutions for trams it will present at Expo Ferroviaria. They are all catenary-free solutions. Firstly, the APS ground-power system. Inspired by third rail technology in use on metro lines, the APS solution also features a ‘third rail’ between the two guide tracks. However, it

‘Marmaray da 24 saat hizmet verecek’

İistanbul Büyükşehir Belediye (İBB) Başkanı Ekrem İmamoğlu’nun 6 metro ve 24 İETT hattının cuma ve cumartesi gecesi 24 saat çalışacağını açıklamasının ardından Marmaray’ın kullanım saatlerinde de değişikliğe gidildiği öne sürüldü.

Tyne & Wear station closes

SOUTH Shields station on the Tyne and Wear Metro system was permanently closed from the end of service on July 7. This is the first and only T&W station to close since operations began in 1980. South Shields was at the end of the Yellow Line branch from Pelaw

Railway Gazette is changing

Market-leading expertise for a digital future It has been a busy year for us, and we are proud to announce the relaunch of our digital platforms, www.railwaygazette.com and www.metro-report.com. This is the culmination of extensive audience research carried out over the last 12 months. We asked our subscribers, e-newsletter recipients, website

World rail infrastructure market – August 2019

Australia: ARTC has appointed Turner & Townsend and SNC-Lavalin to provide programme management office services for the Inland Rail project. Canada: Thales is to supply SelTrac CBTC signalling for Toronto’s Finch West light rail line and Stage 2 of the O-Train Confederation Line in Ottawa. Croatia: HŽ Infrastruktura, the Port of Rijeka

World rolling stock market – August 2019

Australia: The UGL Unipart 70:30 JV has been awarded a five-year extension to its contract to maintain Sydney Trains’ fleet of more than 1 050 vehicles. The contract runs for five years from July 1, replacing a two-year extension announced in January. South Australia has awarded Bombardier a contract to supply

Archive: Open day at Barrow Hill

As printed from the January 1972 edition of The Railway Magazine, take a look at this story by Peter A Hogarth about the Barrow Hill roundhouse. On Sunday, September 26 1971, British Railways held one of its increasingly popular “open days” at Barrow Hill diesel servicing depot, Staveley, Chesterfield. Despite limited

Çiğli İZBAN Sorunu İçin Mecliste Komisyon Kuruldu

Karşıyaka’da yerin alt kısmından geçen İZBAN hattının Çiğli’de üst bölümde yer alması ve ilçeyi ikiye ayırması sorun olarak görülürken belediye meclisinde Altyapı ve Üstyapı Koordinasyon Komisyonu kuruldu. Çiğli Belediyesi’nde Altyapı ve Üstyapı Koordinasyon Komisyonu kuruldu. [devamı…]

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Alstom to supply 252 multiple-unit cars to Western Australia

AUSTRALIA: Public Transport Authority of Western Australia announced on August 19 that it had selected Alstom Transport Australia as preferred bidder to supply the next generation of electric multiple-units to operate on the Transperth network serving the state capital. Details of the A$1·6bn contract are expected to be finalised by late

Japanese take over Rio suburban network

BRAZIL: A consortium of Mitsui and West Japan Railway has purchased a majority stake in Rio de Janeiro suburban operator SuperVia, at a reported cost of around ¥20bn. The Japanese trading group had previously held a 24% stake in the concessionaire, through its stake in SuperVia parent Odebrecht Mobilidad. It has

Unipart Rail: Taking Aqueous Guard Technology to China

Guangzhoh and DongGuan Metros have both invited Unipart Rail to protect their fleets external appearance with Aqueous Guard – and have been so impressed that they have now asked for their internal surfaces to be treated too. Aqueous Guard is a paint-on ceramic coating that enhances the appearance of a vehicle,

Snowdon Mountain Railway orders battery-diesel locos

UK: Snowdon Mountain Railway has ordered two battery-diesel hybrid locomotives from Clayton Equipment Ltd, which specialises in the production of bespoke designs for specialist railway, metro, mining and tunnelling applications. The 800 mm gauge railway runs steam and diesel locos up the highest mountain in Wales using the Abt rack and

Keolis Opens New Section of Songjiang Tram Network

French public transport operator Keolis opened a new stretch of the Songjiang light rail network on 10 August. The total tram network, consisting of two lines, now measures 27km, with 40 stations. The first 13.9km of the network opened in December 2018. This tram network in the suburban Songjiang district of

Sunbury line upgrade package

AUSTRALIA: The Victoria state government has approved the first package of civil works to upgrade the 39·5 km Sunbury suburban line, which forms the electrified suburban section of the Melbourne – Bendigo main line. The upgrading will pave the way for enhanced services following completion of the Metro Tunnel project in 2025.

Inquiry launched into power cuts

AN inquiry has been launched by the government after widespread power cuts brought many trains to a stand, particularly in the London area. Tyne & Wear Metro was also disrupted by the widespread outages, on Friday afternoon. The problems were caused by the failure of two generators according to National Grid,

Schaltbau Contactors Help Keep Nexus Trains Moving

Schaltbau are helping to keep Nexus trains moving on the Tyne and Wear Metro that serves passengers in Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead, South Tyneside, North Tyneside and Sunderland in Tyne and Wear by supplying CT contactors as part of an overhaul project. Tyne and Wear Metro Train © Paul Robertson under license Schaltbau

Industry Insider Week 31 – 12 Must-Read Rail Stories

All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 31 for 29 July–02 August 2019: Rail yard behind the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke, Virginia © Donnie Nunley under licence Business Stadler manufactures the Berlin S-Bahn at its Pankow site © Railway-News Stadler

Italy: CAF to Supply Metro Trains to Naples

CAF has signed a contract with the City Council of Naples, the body managing public transport in the city, for the supply of an additional seven metro trains. This order adds to the twelve metro trains CAF is already manufacturing for Naples. Once ready, Azienda Napoletana Mobilità will be the

Televic Rail acquires information systems supplier GSP

EUROPE: Belgian communications and control technology company Televic Rail has acquired German train, metro and tram passenger information system supplier GSP Sprachtechnologie as part of its international growth strategy. The acquisition ‘gives us greater access to the highly attractive German market and the larger Germany, Austria and Switzerland region’, said Televic

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Sakhalin diesel railcars outshopped

RUSSIA: Three Class RA3 diesel multiple-units to operate regauged regional railway routes on Sakhalin were formally unveiled by Transmashholding on July 26, at a ceremony attended by the Deputy Chairman of the Sakhalin oblast government Vitaly Gudin, RZD’s Deputy General Director, Passenger, Dmitry Pegov, and the First Deputy General Director

25 More Light Rail Vehicles for San Diego

Siemens Mobility has been awarded a contract for 25 S700 low-floor Light Rail Vehicles (LRV’s) from San Diego’s Metropolitan Transit System (MTS). The first Siemans S70 from the 2011 order, departs the San Diego Train Station © Paul Sullivan under license Changing Standards The new vehicles, which will replace the existing Siemens Mobility

Stadler Berlin Expansion Plans on Track

Stadler is expanding its Berlin location. The works, which will cost around 70 million euros, include the construction of an additional production hall as well as new offices and a modern canteen for its employees. Stadler says it wishes to start using the phase 1 premises starting in early 2021.

HS2 Unveils Designs for Automated People Mover

On July 16 2019 HS2 revealed the designs for its new automated people mover (APM). The 20 metre long driverless people mover will link Birmingham interchange station with a number of new stops. HS2 will present further designs to the public at a number of events throughout July of this

West Midlands Metro celebrates 20 years of service

WEST Midlands Metro has marked 20 years of operation by unveiling a specially designed livery on tram No. 19. Services were officially launched between Wolverhampton St George’s and Birmingham Snow Hill on May 30, 1999 with an extension through to Grand Central (Birmingham New Street) opening in 2016. Today, Metro trams

Industry Insider Week 29 – 11 Must-Read Rail Stories

All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 29 for 15–19 July 2019: Refurbished interior of the Class 175 with new carpets and upholstery © Transport for Wales Policy Rail Diversity and Inclusion Conference 2019 © Network Rail Report Shows Progress on

İmamoğlu’ndan İBB’ye yeni atamalar

İBB’de Ulaşımdan Sorumlu Genel Sekreter Yardımcılığı’na raylı sistem uzmanı Orhan Demir, Raylı Sistemler Daire Başkanlığı’na çok iyi seviyede Japonca bilen Doç. Dr. Pelin Alpkökin, Park Bahçe ve Yeşil Alanlar Daire Başkanlığı’na Yüksek Mimar Prof. Dr. Yasin Çağatay Seçkin atandı.

World rolling stock market – July 2019

Belarus: TMH’s Tver works is to supply BC with 14 Type 61-4447.02 platskartny cars, eight Type 61-440.00 sleeping cars and eight Type 61-445.03 sleeping cars with staff compartments. The order is being financed through BelVEBlizing. Europe: Traktionssysteme Austria is supplying traction motors for the 30 three-car M7 metro trains which CAF

CAF wins Docklands contract

TRANSPORT for London has awarded the contract to design and build a fleet of 43 trains for the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) to Spanish firm CAF. The deal includes a support agreement to provide on-going technical support services and spares. How the new CAF-built Docklands Light Railway trains should look when introduced

World rail infrastructure market – July 2019

Australia: Laing O’Rourke, Jacobs and Metro Trains Melbourne have signed a A$89m contract to elevate the line at Toorak Road in Melbourne to eliminate a level crossing. e+ Architecture is to plan the refurbishment of Bendigo station in Victoria. Bangladesh: Pandrol is to provide Larsen & Toubro with VIPA DRS rail fastenings

National control centre approved

IRELAND: The construction of a €135m National Train Control Centre to manage the entire Iarnród Éireann network was approved by the Irish government on July 17. The new centre is to be delivered by IÉ, with government funding provided through the National Transport Authority as part of Project Ireland 2040. To be

Unipart Joint Venture Wins Five-Year Contract Extension

UGL Unipart Rail Services Pty Ltd, a joint venture between Australian company UGL (a member of CIMIC Group), and Unipart has secured an approximate $900 million, five-year contract extension with Sydney Trains. Replacing the original two-year contract extension, UGL Unipart will continue the delivery of maintenance and logistics services for

Railtours remembered: The Metropolitan Special

In the first of an occasional new series, Andrew Royle looks back to a forgotten railtour over London Transport’s Metropolitan line in 1954. SIXTY-FIVE years ago it was possible for an enthusiasts’ special train to attract the attention of the wider public – even at a time when steam traction reigned

Industry Insider Week 28 – 10 Must-Read Rail Stories

All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 28 for 08–12 July 2019: Jazz train for Trenitalia © Railway-News Rolling Stock British Rail Class 720 Aventra EMU for Abellio Greater Anglia © Bombardier Greater Anglia’s Bombardier Fleet Begins Testing The first of the

Point machine built for winter on the steppe

KAZAKHSTAN: In co-operation with national railway KTZ, the KazElektroPrivod equally-owned joint venture of Alstom and SOP Trade has completed a six-month test of a P80 point machine on a turnout designed by Prommashkomplekt and installed at Shiderty station. The locally-manufactured P80 has a design life of 20 years and is suitable

Humphrey Platts, the railway photographer

Nick Pigott meets Humphrey Platts, who began photographing trains just after the Second World War, capturing a fascinating transitional period on the railways. It is rare these days to come across a ‘Big Four’ cameraman whose work has not been published widely in books or magazines. Such a photographer is 90-year-old

Industry Insider Week 27 – 9 Must-Read Rail Stories

All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 27 for 01–05 July 2019: Siemens Mobility Avenio tram for Munich © www.siemens.com/press Infrastructure DART station on the Blue Line © Michael Barera under licence Dallas Light Rail Gets 60 Million Grant from FTA

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Britain’s best-selling rail title is back for another month of award-winning photos, news, features and exclusives from the rail industry, past and present. This month’s The Railway Magazine features the A1 Trust ordering TWO boilers,  the Brighton Belle restoration focus plus take a look at our FREE supplement ‘The Blue &

Hamburg Buys Additional 32 DT5 Metro Trains

Germany: The Hamburger Hochbahn AG has selected the Alstom-Bombardier consortium to supply an additional 32 DT5 metro trains to the city. This contract is worth 186 million euros (210 million USD).  An Alstom-Bombardier DT5 metro train in Hamburg © fleno.de under licence More than 100 million euros (113 million USD) will go

UK Railtours ventures through Butterley

GB RAILFREIGHT No. 66753 EMD Roberts Road edges into Butterley loop with UK Railtours’ ‘Amber Valley Venturer’ tour from Euston on May 4, making for an unusual sight among the preserved DMUs and coaching stock at the Midland Railway-Butterley (MRB). No. 66719 METRO-LAND is out of view at the other end

World rail market – June 2019

China: ST Engineering is supplying a control system for Wuxi metro Line 3. Czech Republic: On-board ticket sales were introduced across the Praha tram fleet on April 26, using Mikro­elektronika onboard vending machines with payments processed by ČSOB subsidiary Banit. Poland: Agat is to supply a train washing plant to PKP Intercity under a 7·4m

China: Testing Successful for CRRC Carbon-Fibre Metro

China’s ‘Future Metro’ CRRC believes the many new technologies and materials in its new metro vehicles are the future of metros worldwide, and will drive upgrades to metro technologies, which will in turn make travelling by metro more enjoyable for passengers. Ding Sansan, Deputy Chief Engineer, CRRC Qingdao Sifang, says these carbon-fibre

New CAF Trains for Northern to Enter Service on 1 July

United Kingdom: On 1 July the first nine trains of Northern’s new fleet for local services will enter service.  A Class 331 Civity EMU for Northern by CAF © Northern The trains will operate services between Cumbria and Manchester Airport, Liverpool and Manchester Airport, and Doncaster and Leeds. In total, Northern’s new fleet

Mechan Transforms Turntable Design

Rail maintenance equipment specialist, Mechan, has reinvented one of its most enduring products, saving depot operators time and money during installation. Mechan’s new turntable for use in rail depots. The Sheffield-based manufacturer has launched a new turntable design, following 18 months’ research and development into ways to overcome common problems with pit

24 June: news in brief

New Network Rail regions launched NEW regions at Network Rail went live today. The five regions are Eastern, North West & Central, Scotland’s Railway, Southern, and Wales and Western, and they will be devolved in turn into a total of 14 routes. Performance has been declining over the past five years.

Beyond the Digital Buzzwords

The New European Rail Supply Industry’s Vision on Digitalisation By Tommaso Spanevello, Public Affairs Manager, UNIFE In recent years, digitalisation has been advancing at increasing speed across all industrial sectors, public entities and society at large; and the rail sector is no exception. While sometimes perceived as being conservative, the truth is that rail

Industry Insider Week 25 – 9 Must-Read Rail Stories

All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 25 for 17–21 June 2019: Newag IMPULS for FSE © Edoardo Rizzo Rolling Stock ZEFIRO Express intercity train wins German design award © Bombardier Transportation Bombardier’s ZEFIRO Wins German Design Award The Brandenburg Design Award

FRA awards $326m for rail infrastructure works

USA: More than $326m in Consolidated Rail Infrastructure & Safety Improvements and Special Transportation Circumstances grant funding for 45 rail infrastructure projects in 29 states has been announced by the Federal Railroad Administration. ‘These investments in inter-city passenger and freight rail will benefit surrounding communities, make grade crossings safer and improve

Zonegreen Delivers Depot Safety in Doha

Sheffield-based rail depot specialist, Zonegreen, is ensuring staff working on one of the most prominent transports projects in the Middle East are among the safest in the world. The firm has successfully installed its flagship Depot Personnel Protection System (DPPS™) at three depots on Qatar’s new Doha Metro network. Zonegreen’s innovative technology

FS Group forms US subsidiary

USA: Italian state railway group FS has established FS Italian Railways USA Inc with the aim of developing its activities in the North American market. FS said the mass transit, high speed and freight markets ‘offer interesting growth possibilities, especially in the large metropolitan areas’, thanks to an increase in investment

Rail, metro and tram spending in New South Wales budget

AUSTRALIA: Several rail projects have been allocated funding in the 2019-20 New South Wales budget, which was presented on June 18. The state government is providing A$812m as part of a A$1·8bn package over four years towards the New Intercity Fleet. The RailConnect consortium of Hyundai Rotem, Mitsubishi Electric Australia and

Alstom P80 Point Machine Passes Testing in Kazakhstan

The Alstom-SOP Trade joint venture, KEP – KazElectroPrivod, has successfully tested the P80 point machine. The testing took place over a six-month period at the new turnout (set of points) at Shiderty Station, Ekibastuz, in the Pavoldar region of northeast Kazakhstan.  Alstom P80 point machine at Shiderty train station © Alstom KEP conducted

London: CAF to Supply 43 Metro Trains for DLR

CAF has signed a contract with Transport for London (TfL) for the design and manufacture of 43 new driverless metro trains for the Docklands Light Railway (DLR). CAF to supply new metro trains for London – DLR Stratford International extension © Transport for London The Spanish rolling stock manufacturer will deliver 43

Industry Insider Week 24 – 7 Must-Read Rail Stories

All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 24 for 10–14 June 2019: Bombardier MITRAC solution © Bombardier Transportation Policy ICE 4 train in Germany © Deutsche Bahn AG / Georg Wagner ERA Set to Become the THE Railway Authority in Europe Following the

São Paulo airport EMU unveiled

BRAZIL: CRRC Qingdao Sifang has unveiled the first of eight eight-car Class 2500 electric multiple-units that it is supplying for São Paulo suburban operator CPTM’s Line 13 to Guarulhos Airport under a contract awarded in September 2017. The 12·2 km Line 13 was inaugurated in June 2018, and is currently operated using

Unipart Agrees Five-Year Sicut Deal in Australia and NZ

Sicut Composite Railway Sleepers deliver superior performance, longer life and better value for rail track asset owners. They also offer a truly sustainable option where the use of recycled and recyclable materials and carbon reduction are important factors. The unique technologies used in Sicut’s sleepers have been developed by the globally-renowned polymers research

CAF wins order for new DLR trains

CAF has won a Transport for London contract to supply 43 trains for Docklands Light Railway. The contract will include a Fleet Support Agreement, which will guarantee technical support and spares. The new five-car trains are due to enter service in 2023, replacing the 33 oldest examples in the present fleet. Although

Bombardier Launches Updated MITRAC Solutions

Bombardier launched its latest version of its MITRAC solution at UITP in Stockholm.  Bombardier’s TALENT 3 Battery Electric Train © Bombardier The mobility provider has updated its MITRAC solution to reduce life-cycle costs. This reduces both investment and running costs for operators. Further, the new solution will have a smaller negative impact

Industry Insider Week 23 – 13 Must-Read Rail Stories

All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 23 for 3–7 June 2019: Eurodual six-axle locomotive © Stadler Rolling Stock FLIRT train for Dallas, Texas © Stadler Stadler to Deliver 8 FLIRT Trains to Texas Swiss train manufacturer Stadler has entered into a

Critical Communications for Australian Railways

With the increased number of passengers using rail as their mode of transport Frontline Safety Critical Communications becomes ever more vital and also challenging. Getting safety communications accurate, brief, clear and professional will help ensure the safe travel of billions of customers. In this article, Anton Abrahams, Chairman, Australasian Critical

DB Regio Orders 18 Stadler KISS Trains

Germany: DB Regio and Stadler have signed a contract for the design, manufacture and delivery of 18 double-decker KISS trains. DB Regio will put them into service on the ‘Elektronetz Ost’ (Hamburg metropolitan area) route. DB Regio once again won the franchise in March this year. The contract is worth

Industry Insider Week 22 – 10 Must-Read Rail Stories

All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 22 for 27–31 May 2019: Alstom metro for Lyon Line 2 © Alstom/Mobylette Jaune Infrastructure Sydney Metro Rouse Hill Station © MDRX under licence Sydney Metro North West Enters Commercial Service Sydney Metro North West

Marmaray’da Saatler Süren Arıza Gece Yarısına Doğru Normale Döndü

Halkalı-Gebze Marmaray hattında akşam saatlerinde seferler durdu. Marmaray yetkililerinden resmi bir açıklama yapılmazken, mesai çıkışı istasyonlarda saatlerce bekletilen yolcular paralarının iadesini de alamadıklarını belirterek durumu protesto etti. İki saatin ardından Yenikapı-Gebze arasında trenler çalışmaya başlarken, [devamı…]

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Marmaray hattına Gebze-Halkalı banliyö hattının eklenmesiyle birlikte uygulanmaya başlayan yeni ücretlendirme sisteminden haberdar olmayan yolcular fazla para ödüyor.. Seyahatin bitiminden sonra istasyon içerisinde bulunan iade cihazına okutulan kartlarla iktarma ücreti kullanıcıların kartlarına geri yükleniyor.. Marmaray [devamı…]

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Toronto passenger rail enhancement shortlist announced

CANADA: Infrastructure Ontario and Greater Toronto transport agency Metrolinx have shortlisted four consortia to bid for the On-Corridor Works contract within the GO Rail Expansion programme, which aims to provide an enhanced and all-day Regional Express Rail passenger service in the Greater Toronto & Hamilton Area.

Crown Prince inaugurates København – Ringsted line

DENMARK: The København – Ringsted high speed line was formally inaugurated by Crown Prince Frederik on May 31, in a ceremony at Køge Nord station attended by Transport Minister Magnus Heunicke, Banedanmark CEO Per Jacobsen, DSB CEO Flemming Jensen and around 1 000 stakeholders and official guests. With a budget of DKr11·4bn

Industry Insider Week 21 – 12 Must-Read Rail Stories

All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 21 for 20–24 May 2019: Stadler’s Euro Dual Locomotive for ELP © Stadler Rolling Stock Euro Dual Hybrid Locomotive © Stadler Stadler Delivers More Hybrid Locomotives for European Freight Corridors Stadler have entered into a contract

Stadler Wins Maintenance Contract in Norway

Stadler has won a maintenance contract for more than a hundred trains in Norway.  Vy selects Stadler to maintain its fleet of 100 FLIRT trains © Stadler Stadler-Vy Maintenance Contract Details The train operator Vy, previously NSB, has awarded Stadler a maintenance contract for more than 100 FLIRT trains in Norway. These electric multiple

Sydney Metro North West Enters Commercial Service

Sydney Metro North West entered commercial service on Sunday, 26 May.  The operator, Metro Trains Sydney, will run the new trains every four minutes during peak times. This volume could be increased in the future, if needed. However, during the first six weeks, the operator will run trains every five minutes

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