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Advancing Railway Communication, Control with Sound Networking

Rail| July 10, 2017

To meet growing capacity concerns and deliver wireless networks that can meet on-board entertainment expectations, effective signaling is becoming vitally important for the control and reliability of local, regional, and national railway systems.

Alstom to supply French automation systems

Rail| January 31, 2017

The contract is part of the SYTRAL’s "Avenir Metro" (Future Metro) program, which aims to increase the transport capacity of lines A, B, and D of the Lyon metro to cope with an estimated 30% increase in ridership in the coming years.

Rail| December 28, 2016

Alstom systems equip Hong Kong's newly opened first driverless metro

The four-mile-long South Island line will extend MTR services from Admiralty Station to the Southern District of Hong Kong Island in 11 minutes via four new stations.

Rail| July 21, 2015

[Video] NYCT: Communications-Based Train Control

Learn all about CBTC, the future of the New York City Subway. Installation of a new CBTC system allows NYC Transit to operate more trains per hour, thereby increasing passenger capacity; provide improved and more reliable service; and make more efficient use of its track and car fleet. The system is more flexible than the current block signals system because CBTC continuously updates train positions, distances and travel speeds, allowing for faster and more efficient operations. Published on Jul 20, 2015

Rail| July 21, 2015

N.Y. MTA approves $206M signaling contract for Queens Blvd Line

The MTA gave preliminary approval to two contracts to Siemens Industry Inc. and Thales Transport & Security for the installation of a Communications-Based Train Control signaling system on one of New York City Transit’s busiest subway lines.

Rail| January 28, 2015

Alstom, Thales win Hong Kong CBTC contract

The extensive project will equip seven MTR lines with the latest Communications Based Train Control technology, safely adding capacity, reliability and maintainability on the existing infrastructure system.

Slow adoption of modern tech hampers NYC subway, study says

Reliance on antiquated signaling system adds to delays, inefficiency and safety risks, according to a regional research and advocacy group.
Rail| July 6, 2010

Alstom to supply signaling for NYCT subway project

$43M contract covers the renovation and modification of the signaling for it to operate with a communication-based train control system.

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