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October 17, 2012

Houston Metro unveils Siemens light railcar

Unit 201 will roll into service as the first of a new generation of Houston light railcars dubbed H2s. Nineteen of the H2s will join the current 18-member, nine-year-old MetroRail LRVs over the next year and a half. The S70 LRV is electrically powered from an catenary system and carries about 200 passengers per car.


March 9, 2010

Report: D.C. Metro accident costs $25.5M

The detailed costs were submitted by the agency to the NTSB for its investigation into the accident.


February 26, 2009

Bombardier delivers first Movia car to India

High-capacity vehicles feature air conditioning, CCTV, open gangways and emergency speaker units.


February 10, 2009

Clear Channel tests wrap on Chicago train car

Ad from the Illinois Bureau of Tourism will feature the likenesses of the four presidents with Illinois roots: Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses Grant, Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama.


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