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April 25, 2012

GE Transportation launches rail signaling system

Tempo, the portfolio of rail signaling solutions, including the European Train Control System and computer-based interlocking system, are designed around a common failsafe, scalable, hardware and software platform, and an integrated suite of engineering tools.


January 24, 2012

Ansaldo STS wins Turkey, UAE contracts

The orders to supply rail signaling, automation and telecommunications systems total around $132.6 million.


September 22, 2011

Bombardier wins $96M Brazil signaling contract

Will deliver its Cityflo 650 solution for Line 5 of the São Paulo Metro in Brazil. The new system will enable trains to circulate safely with a short 75-second headway.


June 14, 2011

Bombardier to supply signaling to London Underground

The contract is valued at approximately $577 million. Bombardier will equip 192 miles of track line (25 miles in tunnels), 113 stations, 191 trainsets, 49 engineering trains and six heritage trains by 2018, using its communication-based train control technology, CITYFLO 650.


April 19, 2011

Alstom to equip Italian high-speed rail

Will install a traffic management signal system connecting the Bologna-Florence and Bologna-Milan High Speed lines for approximately $40.7 million.


January 10, 2011

Alstom equips Luxembourg with $17M signaling system

Will install 19 locomotives and 22 double-deck electric multiple units in the Luxembourg Railways fleet with its Atlas ERTMS solution. The newly equipped trains will be put into service in 2012.


November 24, 2010

Alstom to supply $30M signaling system to China

Per the contract, Alstom is in charge of providing equipment and services of ATC subsystem, which is the core of Alstom’s Urbalis solution. Project teams from Alstom and CASCO will execute the project.


September 23, 2009

NTSB: Signal failure in D.C. crash, issues recs

Board discovered that a failure occurred in which a spurious signal generated by a track circuit module transmitter mimicked a valid signal and bypassed the rails via an unintended signal path. Issued nine safety recommendations.


September 17, 2009

Alstom to equip India rail

The contract is valued at a total of $133 million. The company will provide the design, manufacture, supply, installing, testing and commissioning of the train control and signaling system for line 1 and 2 of the new Bangalore metro system.


March 17, 2009

Thales to supply signaling system to Turkish rail

Contract, valued at $16.9 million, relates to a 36-mile extension to two sections of the Ankara-Istanbul high-speed link.


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