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CRRC announces ship date for MBTA pilot cars

Rail| October 19, 2017

The company is the first Chinese railcar builder to enter into the U.S. rail car manufacturing market.

Stadler breaks ground on railcar manufacturing plant in Salt Lake City

Rail| October 16, 2017

Its 62-acre property boasts 75,000 square feet of production space for the bogie, main, pre- and final assembly of single- and bi-level trains.

Rail| July 14, 2017

Talgo readies overhaul work of L.A. Metro railcars

Metro awarded a contract to Talgo to improve the performance of the Metro Red Line A650 HRVs by replacing and/or overhauling critical vehicle systems and subsystems.

Rail| May 10, 2017

Bombardier to supply double-deck coaches to Israel Railways

Features include carpeting on both levels, a state-of-the-art passenger information system and powerful air-conditioning,

Rail| April 12, 2017

Siemens, Bombardier said in talks to combine rail units

The deal to combine the firm's train building and signaling work could be worth at least $10 billion.

Rail| March 27, 2017

L.A. Metro contracts with CCRC for subway cars

Company is committed to delivering the first pilot vehicle by the spring of 2020, and the entire base order of 64 subway cars by September 2021.

Rail| October 19, 2016

BYD enters mass transit market with low-cost train

The light rail technology is applicable to small and medium-sized cities, heavy traffic routes, CBD’s and routes connecting tourist attractions in large cities, according to the company.

Rail| February 24, 2016

Alstom unveils tram design for Nice Côte d’Azur line

These hi-tech Citadis X05 trams will feature 40% more windows compared to the previous generation in circulation on Line 1 of the Metropole, LED lights, large individual seats and trip-related information displayed on extra-wide screens.

Rail| January 26, 2016

[Photos] Building Siemens' first car shell for Brightline train

Brightline, the brand new higher speed train currently under construction in Florida, released images of the first passenger train shell built by Siemens. The 85-foot-long sheel, built by more than 70 employees, will carry 240 passengers. This vehicle is part of Brightline's initial five four-car train sets.

Rail| January 26, 2016

Siemens completes first car shell for Florida's Brightline rail service

More than 70 employees at Siemens’ state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Sacramento have worked on building this 85-foot-long first coach car, using more than 50,000 welds to fuse it together.

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