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CTA receives $120m loan from US DoT for Blue Line modernisation

The US Department of Transportation (DoT) has granted a $120m Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan to the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) to upgrade its Blue Line L rail service.

Ruggedized Multi-touch 18.5in PCAP Panel PC Utilized Haswell Intel® Core™ Processor - GOT3187W-881-PCT

Axiomtek, one of the world's leading designers and manufacturers of innovative, high-performance and reliable PC-based industrial computer products, has announced the launch of the GOT3187W-881-PCT, its 18.5in WXGA fanless multi-touch panel computer …

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January's top stories: China's CNR and CSR merge, $200bn to fund Gulf railways

China train manufacturers CNR and CSR merged, Mexico relaunched bidding for high-speed train contract and GCC announced plans to invest more than $200bn on regional railway projects. Railway-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from January 2015…

Alstom contracted to deliver two H3 hybrid locomotives for Audi

German automobile manufacturer Audi has selected Alstom to provide two H3 hybrid shunting locomotives for its freight transport.

UK DfT launches public consultation on closure of existing Rochester station

The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has launched a public consultation on plans to close the existing rail station in Rochester after a new station starts operations in December.

January's top stories: Train makers merge in China, $200bn investments in Gulf projects

China train manufacturers CNR and CSR merged, Mexico relaunched bidding for high-speed train contract and GCC announced plans to invest more than $200bn on regional railway projects. Railway-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from January 2015…

UK National Express to run rail services in Germany

The Bavarian passenger transport authority (BEG) in Germany has selected UK public transport operator National Express as the preferred bidder for all Nuremberg S-Bahn services.

Televic Rail’s Passenger Information System to be installed in Siemens All Aboard Florida Trains

Siemens has selected Televic Rail to provide its iCoM passenger information and infotainment system on-board the new intercity trains which it is to build for All Aboard Florida.

GERB Vibration Control Systems-Floating Slab Track Systems

GERB Schwingungsisolierungen (Vibration Control Systems) designs and produces vibration isolation and noise control systems.Vibration control systemsGERB's involvement in trackbed isolation and the d...

Hollysys to deliver ATP equipment and systems for high-speed trains in China

China-based Hollysys Automation Technologies has secured a $95m order to deliver automatic train protection (ATP) equipment and systems for high-speed trains in the country.

Huber+Suhner to supply Radox cables for Russian metro trains

Swiss firm Huber+Suhner has secured an order to deliver Radox cables for the series production of 54 carriages for new metro trains in a major Russian city.

Indonesia's KCJ to use Sony's FeliCa technology for IC ticket operation

Sony has secured an order from Indonesian rail operator PT Kai Commuter Jabodetabek (KCJ) to deliver its FeliCa technology for IC ticket operation.

ASC GmbH Still on Track for Success

Advanced Sensors Calibration (ASC), the leading manufacturer of accelerometers, gyros and IMUs (Inertial Measurement Units), is continuing its success story.

EIB grants €950m loan for rail improvements in Italy

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a loan agreement with the Italian Economics and Finance Ministry to provide €950m in funding for Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI)'s investment programme.

CAF to deliver trams for new Uithof Line in Netherlands

Spanish train manufacturer CAF has been contracted by the Utrecht Regional Authority (BRU) to provide trams for the new Uithof Line that connects the Central Station with the Utrecht University Campus, the Netherlands.

Robust Eight-Port Ethernet Switch with Flexible Standard Configurations

The NM10 is a robust unmanaged eight-port ethernet switch in a compact box PC format and is available in four standard configurations. The flexible switch comes with either 100Mb or 1Gb ethernet interfaces, as well as a Class 2 wide range power suppl…

Alstom wins €2bn contract to deliver trains for Paris metro

French rail manufacturer Alstom has received a contract worth more than €2bn from Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP) to deliver metros trains for Lines 1, 4, 6, 11 and 14 of the Paris metro and the Grand Paris.

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