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March 18, 2014

Siemens awarded $225M locomotive contract

The procurement is being done on behalf of the DOTs from five states: Illinois, California, Michigan, Washington and Missouri.


March 11, 2014

Light rail vehicle market to reach $11 billion by 2020

The research covers the light rail and streetcar segments in North America — the second largest market after Europe.


February 12, 2014

Amtrak puts first of 70 new Siemens railcars into service

The new electric locomotive departed Boston on Feb. 7. The new locomotives will serve Amtrak Northeast Corridor operations and match existing trip-times at speeds up to 125 mph.


November 14, 2013

Siemens, Bombardier to upgrade N.Y. train control systems

Will develop, test and commission a new PTC system for the MTA Metro-North Railroad and MTA Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) commuter lines.


September 13, 2013

Calgary Transit orders 60 Siemens S200 LRVs

Will be built at the factory in Sacramento, Calif., and are due to be delivered starting in summer 2015. The full order is to be completed by December 2016.


July 31, 2013

Amtrak, Siemens demo testing of new locomotives

Testing includes maximum speed runs, acceleration and braking, operating with Amtrak passenger coach cars attached and testing the overall performance capabilities of the locomotive.


June 5, 2013

Siemens installing regenerative battery on TriMet train

In energy savings mode, the energy storage unit absorbs the energy generated by braking rail vehicles and stores it until the system can safely feed it back to the power supply during vehicle acceleration.


May 27, 2013

Siemens awarded TriMet light rail vehicle contract

Per a $73 million contract, the 18 vehicles will be manufactured from start to finish at Siemens' rail vehicle manufacturing plant in Sacramento, Calif., a facility powered almost entirely by two megawatts of solar energy. The first new rail cars are expected to be delivered in August 2014.


May 20, 2013

Amtrak unveils advanced tech. Siemens locomotives

Electric locomotives are being assembled in Siemens’ Sacramento, Calif., rail manufacturing plant powered by renewable energy, with parts built from its plants in Norwood, Ohio, Alpharetta, Ga., and Richland, Miss., and nearly 70 suppliers, representing more than 60 cities and 23 states.


May 15, 2013

Siemens acquires Invensys Rail

Invensys will be integrated into the rail automation business of the Mobility and Logistics Division. Former Invensys Rail President and CEO John Paljug will become head of Siemens U.S. Rail Automation business, headquartered in New York, N.Y. More than 500 Invensys employees will be joining Siemens Rail Automation.


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