Topic : Netherlands

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'Ant-powered' bus debuts in the Netherlands

Technology| July 20, 2017

The bus, which runs on formic acid, a chemical found in ant venom, is being touted as a much cheaper solution than hydrogen.

Europe's largest electric public bus fleet to deploy in Dutch cities

Sustainability| December 8, 2016

All 43 public articulated buses in the Dutch cities of Eindhoven and Helmond will be electrically powered, starting the Dec. 11, 2016.

Rail| July 18, 2016

Alstom to supply 79 intercity trains to Netherlands rail

The trains, equipped with Wi-Fi, LED lighting and real-time passenger information systems, provide access for a quick passenger flow.

Sustainability| January 28, 2016

Self-driving electric bus begins testing on public roads

Cameras, radar sensors and laser sensors provide the WEpod with correct information on its surroundings so that it can anticipate necessary actions.

Bus| April 25, 2013

BYD delivers electric buses to Netherlands

The six-vehicle contract was awarded last June 2012 in Europe's first publicly tendered order for electric-powered full-size buses.
Rail| March 20, 2013

Bombardier shows signaling, rolling stock at Rail-Tech

Visitors in Amersfoort, Netherlands are getting the chance to experience first-hand, how the latest rail control and signaling systems work, such as the Interfolo 550 ERTMS regional solution, the latest EBI Switch point machine and EBI Track train detection systems, and Bombardier’s rail control application for stabling yards.

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