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Metrolink files suit against its railcar manufacturer

Rail| October 5, 2016

The suit, which was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court in the wake of a Metrolink train that derailed in Oxnard last year, alleges breach of contract and breach of warranty and seeks unspecified damages from Hyundai Rotem Co.

SEPTA: Cost of new trains about $257K per month

Rail| July 13, 2016

The addition of the equipment has helped the agency expand its offerings; however, overcrowding was still an issue on Monday. The agency is still looking into more equipment-leasing options.

Rail| July 6, 2016

SEPTA exploring all options, including borrowing trains

Meanwhile, Boston's MBTA is also inspecting some of its railcars manufactured by Hyundai Rotem as a precaution.

Security and Safety | September 4, 2015

Metrolink evaluating railcar safety after February crash

The railcars have features designed to reduce deaths and injuries, such as energy-absorbing crush zones. Metrolink had said those features reduced the carnage in February when one of its trains struck a pickup truck that mistakenly drove onto the tracks near Oxnard. The crash killed the engineer and injured 27 passengers.

Rail| May 1, 2013

MBTA welcomes first new commuter coaches

These are the first three coaches of 75 total ordered from Hyundai-Rotem USA, at a cost of $190 million. Fifteen will be in service by fall of 2013.
Rail| March 26, 2013

MBTA chief says long-awaited railcars due soon

Hyundai Rotem, under fire for failing to deliver any of its 75 double-decker coaches on time, is making progress on its $190 million contract. Three of the cars are slated to be in service in April.
Rail| January 17, 2013

MBTA mulls canceling railcar order

Due to what it describes as long production delays and shoddy workmanship, the agency is considering terminating its $190 million contract for 75 commuter railcars from Hyundai Rotem Corp.
Rail| July 2, 2012

Wabtec to supply Denver PTC equipment

Several units will provide the equipment for the cars: Wabtec Passenger Transit (brakes and couplers), Wabtec Railway Electronics (PTC equipment), Bach-Simpson (event recorders) and Vapor Stone (doors).
Rail| January 24, 2012

Ansaldo STS wins Turkey, UAE contracts

The orders to supply rail signaling, automation and telecommunications systems total around $132.6 million.
Rail| May 23, 2011

Denver RTD unveils new commuter rail mock-up

This passenger train, much different than RTD’s current light rail vehicle, will be used on the East Rail Line to Denver International Airport (DIA), the Gold Line to Arvada-Wheat Ridge and a segment of the Northwest Rail Line to Westminster. These new 36 miles of FasTracks lines are under contract and early construction activity is underway.
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