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Alstom to supply advanced traction system for Qingdao Metro

Alstom and its local joint venture, Shanghai Alstom Transport Electrical Equipment Co., Ltd. (SATEE), have been awarded a contract worth around €26 million by Qingdao Metro Co., Ltd to supply the state-of-the-art traction system to Qingdao Metro Line...
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Alstom to install track for Toulouse tram Garonne line

The Greater Toulouse Public Transport Authority has selected the consortium composed of Alstom Transport, Egenie and Guintoli to construct sectors 1 and 2 of the Toulouse tram system’s Garonne line. Guintoli is responsible for the civil engineering, ...
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The Rail Media Group’s senior journalist, Jonathan Webb, recently visited…

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More trams for Croydon

Tramtrack Croydon Ltd is inviting bids for for the lease of an additional 10…

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First Edinburgh tram could start running this summer

The first stretch of Edinburgh’s light rail network could open this summer,…

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Bombardier Wins Contract for 50 Trams for One of the World`s Largest Tram Operations in Melbourne, Australia

Bombardier Transportation today confirmed that it has received a firm order…

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Bombardier Awarded Contract to Design and Supply an INNOVIA Monorail System in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Bombardier Transportation, together with two consortium partners, announced…

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Sydney CBD Light Rail study gets underway

A detailed transport study will start this week to identify the preferred route…

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Jacobs contracted for Phoenix METRO’s Central Mesa Light Rail Extension

Jacobs Engineering Group announced today that it was awarded an engineering…

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Back in 10?

The Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway would like to reopen to the public…

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Phoenix’s Central Mesa light rail extension is one step closer to federal funding

The Federal Transit Administration has approved METRO light rail’s request…

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