Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation announced today that it has signed contracts with Talgo SA to develop and supply components for 36 very high speed trains for Saudi Arabia.
Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation is opening a window to the future of public transport at the InnoTrans 2012 rail trade show, in Berlin, Germany. Under the theme ‘The Evolution of Mobility’, visitors can experience Bombardier’s integrated and sustainable smart transport solutions for an increasingly mobile and congested world.
Congestion and pollution pose serious challenges to the growth of industrialised and developing nations.
Italian rail operator Trenitalia has unveiled a full scale mock-up of the of the Frecciarossa 1000 high speed train currently being built by rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation and its consortium partner AnsaldoBreda.
Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation has announced the winners of its interactive YouCity innovation contest.
Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation today signed co-operation agreements with Russian rail manufacturer UVZ to jointly develop and sell state-of-the-art metros and trams.
Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation held the first FLEXX Bogie Operator Forum at its global Centre of Excellence for Bogies in Crespin, France.
Bombardier Transportation has sponsored a live interactive debate to promote the case for ‘The Greener Railway’. The debate was streamed worldwide from the London Stock Exchange on June 27 and hosted by Railway Gazette International.
Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation announced that it has signed a Technology Licence Agreement with CSR Puzhen, a subsidiary of the largest player in the railway manufacturing sector in China – China South Locomotive & Rolling Stock Corporation Ltd (CSR).
At the end of June, the Berlin Transport Authority (BVG) ordered an additional 39 BOMBARDIER FLEXITY Berlin trams from Bombardier Transportation.
Bombardier Transportation announced today that it will supply 210 double-deck commuter train cars for line A of the RER, the Greater Paris commuter network. The new order is an option under a contract signed in April 2009 for a firm order of 60 MI09 trains. The public transportation upgrade is led and co-financed by STIF and RATP.
RATP(1) announced that they will place an order with the Alstom-Bombardier consortium for 70 additional duplex trainsets, known as MI09s.