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BCI Opens Chinese Facility, Focuses on North American Growth

Bus| November 16, 2011
While buses for all its worldwide subsidiaries will be built in China, the Australian-based bus manufacturer plans on completing Altoona testing and opening a final assembly plant in the U.S. to meet Buy America requirements.

Shanghai subway train collision injures 260 people

Rail| September 27, 2011
Train rammed into back of another locomotive after signaling fault, adding to concerns that the pace of China's rail expansion may undermine safety.
Rail| August 23, 2011

Safety glitch stops China’s high-speed rail

Rail authorities plan to stop more high-speed rail service due to scheduling concerns. The announcement came as a magazine reported that a crack had been found on the axle of a train. The manufacturer denied the claim.
Rail| July 25, 2011

Chinese high-speed rail crash kills 35

Recently, power outages and other malfunctions have plagued the showcase high-speed line between Beijing and Shanghai since it opened on June 30.
Rail| July 5, 2011

Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail line debuts

Designed to reach top speeds of 220 mph, the rail service, which features fully reclining airline style business class seating, cuts travel time on the 820-mile route to under five hours.
Bus| June 1, 2011

Wabtec forms join venture in China

Will manufacture and service brake equipment for the Chinese transit market.
Rail| May 19, 2011

China halts high-speed rail construction

Project managers from eastern China's planned Tianjin-Qinhuangdao high-speed railway failed to submit to required environmental inspections after they made location changes, according to China's Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Rail| April 26, 2011

Chinese high-speed train safety under scrutiny

Last week, the new leadership at the Railways Ministry announced that the top speed of all trains was being decreased from about 218 mph to 186 to enhance safety.
Rail| February 24, 2011

Alstom joint ventures to provide traction, signaling in China

Beijing Line 6, which represents the longest metro line in construction in Beijing, runs through the city, starting from Wuluju in the West to Tongzhou New Town in the East. The entry into commercial service of Beijing Line 6 Phase 1 is planned in 2012.
Rail| December 7, 2010

Alstom, Bombardier sign Chinese rail agreements

Both agreements, signed with China's Ministry of Railways, are aimed at strengthening their strategic partnership in the development of various products and systems, including rolling stock and signaling solutions applied in mainline and regional railways for the market in China and internationally.

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