February 19, 2014
Richard J. Palmieri will be the VP of business development for rail, reporting to Ron Hartman, CEO of Veolia Transportation's rail division. He previously worked with Siemens Infrastructure & Cities as director of business development.
August 21, 2009
New light rail cars, built by Siemens, will accommodate the service that will be added through the future openings of the West Corridor, I-225 Corridor, Southeast and Southwest extensions. The rest of the new vehicles will arrive every few weeks over the next 18 months.
January 30, 2009
Denver’s Regional Transportation District (RTD) has ordered 55 light rail vehicles to accommodate the extensions planned in the city's west, south and central corridors.
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