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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.


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.


December 8, 2010

Metrolink introduces collision-absorption railcars

Ten cars will be put into service immediately across the Metrolink System. As more cars are assembled, tested and approved for service, they will be used to augment Metrolink's current fleet.


November 19, 2010

Metrolink to buy 20 more Hyundai Rotem railcars

The action, when added to the initial purchase of the new cars, amounts to 137 of the nation's safest railcars being deployed on Metrolink's system, starting with the first 10 next month.


November 5, 2009

Wabtec’s Vapor Rail to supply doors to Turkish rail

Contract valued at about $30 million to supply electric, sliding plug doors for 440 subway cars to the Marmaray project, which will connect the European and Asian sections of Istanbul upon completion in 2012.


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