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Alstom awarded for hydrogen fuel-cell train

Sustainability| February 7, 2018

Features include clean energy conversion, flexible energy storage in batteries, and smart management of traction power and available energy.

Keolis starts operation of regional train network in Germany

Rail| December 11, 2017

The TWN consists of five lines, approximately 310 miles of track and 52 stations. Its 27 trains are expected to cover a distance of approximately 3.2 million miles per year.

Rail| May 1, 2017

Alstom inaugurates the first French cross-border Citadis tram

The new Citadis trams are in circulation on the extension of line A, which runs towards Illkirch-Graffenstaden, and the line D, which links the center of Strasbourg to Kehl in Germany.

Sustainability| March 14, 2017

Alstom's hydrogen train successfully completes 1st test run

The four-week test runs currently undergoing in Salzgitter aim at confirming the stability of the energy supply system based on coordinated interaction between the drive, the fuel cell, and the battery of the vehicle.

Rail| October 5, 2016

Alstom delivers first cross-border Citadis tram between Strasbourg, Kehl

The first part of the order is for 12 trams, worth a total of $46 million.

Rail| August 24, 2016

Bombardier confirms maintenance contract in Germany

The contract covers maintenance of 257 TWINDEXX Vario double-deck coaches and TRAXX locomotives.

Management & Operations| March 29, 2016

Cubic pilots virtual ticketing agent tech at German rail station

NextAgent delivers the functionality of a staffed ticket office, including vending a comprehensive range of media such as smart cards, magnetic tickets, paper barcodes, e-ticketing and mobile ticketing.

Rail| March 11, 2016

Alstom to supply 28 diesel trains in Germany

The new Coradia Lint trains will begin commercial service in Augsburg in late 2018.

June 4, 2015

Leipzig – A model of transport investment planning

As a city, Leipzig is an excellent example of the German principals of transport planning and service as well as eastern Germany’s long history. The city has benefitted from large amounts of investment in infrastructure over the years since German reunification and most transport systems seem to be new or rebuilt, expanded and in a very good current state of repair. The most notable element in the transport mix is inevitably the enormous and historic main railway station, which is one of the largest, but certainly not busiest, in Europe.

Rail| July 24, 2014

Alstom German train order fully approved

In all, 63 trains will be operated by vlexx GmbH and the other 28 trains, which are owned by Landesnahverkehrsgesellschaft Niedersachsen will be operated by erixx GmbH.
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