Vossloh continues to fulfill its contract for the supply of rail fastening systems for a new-built heavy haul line in southern Mongolia.
The Dutch Province of Utrecht, being regional transport authority and owner of the tram rail infrastructure in the Utrecht greater city area, has revealed that the conversion project of the tramway system between Utrecht and satellite towns of Nieuwegein and IJsselstein is even more delayed than was recently foreseen.
Not only new EMUs form part of the BLS fleet rejuvenating strategy. The operator wants to ensure that its fleet can be serviced and maintained at three works in the long term so that S-Bahn Bern can continue to operate efficiently and powerfully in the future.
From 2 September 2020, operation using 22.5 t axleload is allowed for the entire route across in Slovenia, from the northeast (ie. from the Hodoš and Šentilj border stations) to the port of Koper, following upgrading of last C3 classified sections to D3 or D4 being completed.
The new landmark station, set to be built in Solihull, was praised for its green credentials as Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council approved the design on 26 August.
25 August saw the first rail freight delivery of aggregate arrive at HS2’s Washwood Heath site in Birmingham, signalling the start of HS2’s major programme to take up to 1.5 million lorries off the roads to cut carbon emissions.
Under the motto “Greener Linien”, Wiener Linien is continuously implementing projects that make public transport even more climate-friendly.