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Bill would ban use of fed funds for Chinese manufactured rolling stock

Government Issues| May 16, 2019

A number of large, metropolitan areas have recently awarded rail rolling stock procurements to a Chinese state-owned enterprise.

Senators urge WMATA to guard against spying in new subway cars

Government Issues| January 22, 2019

Lawmakers urge agency to get approval from the DOD, DOT, and Homeland Security before awarding a contract for its railcars.

Security and Safety | October 31, 2018

China screening subway riders with facial recognition technology

Passengers are required to link their identification to their photos using a mobile phone application or station kiosk.

Government Issues| August 2, 2018

Senate agrees to 1-yr. ban on transit railcar, bus procurements from Chinese-owned cos.

The Senate prohibition only applies to rolling stock (rail cars and buses), not any other kind of procurement.

Rail| July 19, 2018

HyperloopTT signs agreement to develop system in China

Will work in partnership with the government of Tongren, located in eastern Guizhou province, in defining the route for the system.

Rail| June 13, 2018

As China's rail transit systems boom, public-private partnerships face reckoning

The results have not always been positive, as cities grapple with inexperienced state-owned companies and inadequate risk management overrides prudent accounting.

Rail| October 19, 2017

CRRC announces ship date for MBTA pilot cars

The company is the first Chinese railcar builder to enter into the U.S. rail car manufacturing market.

Rail| October 17, 2017

STV, WSP USA to support L.A. Metro rail vehicle acquisition

Acquisition of new heavy rail vehicles and associated equipment that will play a key part in Metro’s systemwide rail expansion over the next decade.

Rail| September 20, 2017

Alstom to supply traction system in Chengdu, China

The contract is worth approximately $68.3 million. The line is expected to start revenue service by the end of 2019.

Rail| April 12, 2017

Siemens, Bombardier said in talks to combine rail units

The deal to combine the firm's train building and signaling work could be worth at least $10 billion.

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