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Sound Transit orders 122 new Siemens light railcars

Rail| September 26, 2016

The $554 million order will nearly triple the fleet from its current 62 cars, adding needed capacity as rail begins to extend north, south and east as part of the Sound Transit 2 package.

Marie to manage WSP | PB transit, rail practice

Rail| August 31, 2016

He has led the firm’s work on several major contracts, including the project management and general engineering consulting effort for the Region of Waterloo rapid transit system in Ontario, Canada.

Rail| June 28, 2016

First engine installed in Miami's Brightline locomotive

The Cummins QSK95 engine weighs 31,000 pounds. Installation took approximately six hours during which the engine was lowered into the locomotive by an overhead crane.

Rail| June 13, 2016

Brightline unveils Siemens trainsets under construction

The first completed trainset is expected to be delivered to Brightline later this year. Brightline is scheduled to begin service between Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach beginning in mid-2017.

Mobility| June 6, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: The numerous transport challenges facing Berlin

Berlin’s motto could be that, “it will be great when all of the construction is finally complete,” and this certainly applies to the world of mobility and transport. As the headquarters of businesses such as Siemens and Bombardier’s urban transportation division, the city has a long history in mobility.

Rail| June 1, 2016

Siemens unveils new generation of controllers for rail applications

The new range includes the Siplus extreme Rail S7-1500 and S7-1200 Advanced, Basic and Distributed controllers with ET 200SP, as well as the Siplus HMI KP300 Basic rail panel for operator control and monitoring.

Rail| May 24, 2016

Siemens consortium to deliver 22 trains to Bangkok

Delivery of the first metro trains is scheduled in 2018, and the order will be completed in the following year.

Rail| February 24, 2016

Siemens unveils new Metro for Riyadh

The order includes the metro trains, electrification system, and signaling and communication equipment for driverless operation on Lines 1 and 2.

Security and Safety | February 9, 2016

[Video] A demo of Brightline's gap filler system

Fla.'s Brightline commuter rail system announced that its new trains will be the first in the U.S. to utilize retractable gap fillers, making boarding and disembarking the trains easy and convenient for all riders.

Brightline and Siemens collaborated with Bode to develop the custom gap filler that is integrated into the train car door system. Bode has gained global recognition for its custom-built door systems, which are in use on passenger trains and light rail vehicles across the world.

Security and Safety | February 9, 2016

Fla.'s Brightline trains to use retractable gap filler

Will be the first rail system in the U.S. to use the technology, which will make boarding and disembarking the trains easy and convenient for all riders.

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