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Alstom to supply 42 Metropolis trains for Barcelona Metro

Rail| October 9, 2019

The contract, valued at over $285 million, includes the design, manufacturing and commissioning of the trains.

2019's cities with the best and worst public transportation

Management & Operations| September 10, 2019

Ranks 100 U.S. cities across three key dimensions: Accessibility & Convenience; Safety & Reliability and; Public Transit Resources.

Rail| June 3, 2019

Stadler secures contract to build 8 FLIRT trains for Texas

They anticipate passenger service for the end of 2022 after securing $119 million contract with DART. 

Rail| May 15, 2019

NYCT installs automatic train control on Queens rail line

Tech provides optimal acceleration, braking and cruising speeds, providing more regular and evenly spaced service, and faster trips.

Management & Operations| February 7, 2019

Bombardier Transportation names new president

Danny Di Perna will replace Laurent Troger who has informed the company of his intention to resign and pursue other opportunities.

Rail| November 28, 2018

Siemens to design, build next-generation Tube trains

From 2023, new spacious Inspiro London trains will be delivered for testing on the Piccadilly line.

Rail| October 18, 2018

TEXRail tests Stadler trains at DFW Airport

Trinity Metro ordered eight diesel-electric low-floor multiple unit FLIRT from Stadler in June 2015 for the TEXRail project.

Rail| July 24, 2018

OLI awards $206K for rail safety public awareness campaigns

Will fund a variety of rail crossing safety and trespass prevention public education projects in conjunction with OLI's Rail Safety Week.

Technology| March 13, 2018

BART, Caltrain set timetable to equip rail systems with Wi-Fi

BART is in negotiations with a vendor to install Wi-Fi in the transit system’s 46 stations and aboard all of its 775 new cars, with hopes of having a deal by the summer, with Caltrain set to have Wi-Fi on its new trains by 2022.

Sustainability| February 26, 2018

Siemens, Ballard to develop fuel-cell drive for trains

The German Federal Ministry for Transportation and Digital Infrastructure will support Siemens and RWTH Aachen with project funding of roughly $14 million as part of the Ministry’s “National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Innovation Program.”

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