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The Latest TMH Metro Train Awarded „Formula Of Movement“ Prize
The Latest TMH Metro Train Awarded „Formula Of Movement“ Prize

On 20 November 2020, a Model 81-775/776/777 train in the version for Moskovsky Metropoliten, produced at Metrovagonmash, won the „Formula of motion“ National Award for achievements in the transport field.

New Agreement For Sofia Metro Trains Modernisation
New Agreement For Sofia Metro Trains Modernisation

On 6 November 2020, Metrovagonmash and Sofia Metro signed an agreement, which follows that from 24 March 2020 for option to modernise an additional batch of 40 Model 81-717.4/714.4 metro cars

800th MOVIA Metro Car For Delhi Metro
800th MOVIA Metro Car For Delhi Metro

On 25 October 2020 Bombardier Transportation celebrated delivery of the 800th MOVIA metro car to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation.

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First Bodyshell For Metro Warszawskie Škoda Trains
First Bodyshell For Metro Warszawskie Škoda Trains

In early October, Škoda Vagonka of Ostrava finished a bodyshell for the first car of the new Warsaw metro train.

New TMH-Built Metro Trains
New TMH-Built Metro Trains

Metrovagonmash (MVM) developed a new version of the metro cars, Models 81-775/776/777, which are expected to be built for Moskovsky Metropoliten (Moskva metro) between 2020 and 2023.

New MOVIA Metro Design For Singapore
New MOVIA Metro Design For Singapore

On 8 October 2020, Bombardier Transportation unveiled the next-generation design of its MOVIA metros for two of Singapore’s longest Mass Rapid Transit Lines.

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Rail Grinding On Sofia's New Metro Line
Rail Grinding On Sofia's New Metro Line

Before the new metro Line 3 in Sofia went into operation on 26 August 2020, Vossloh gave the newly-laid rails an initial grinding to prepare them for service.

Stadler Takes Over Nexus Depot And Staff
Stadler Takes Over Nexus Depot And Staff

On 4 October 2020, Stadler took on 120 staff from Nexus and assumed responsibility for looking after the Tyne and Wear Metro fleet.

Bombardier To Maintain MOVIA Metro Cars In Singapore
Bombardier To Maintain MOVIA Metro Cars In Singapore

On 28 September 2020 Bombardier Transportation announced that it has signed a new contract with Singapore’s rail operator, SMRT Train Ltd, to provide 10-years of long-term service support for 636 MOVIA metro cars currently in delivery for the North-South and East-West Lines.

Nexus Colour Scheme For The New Tyne And Wear Metro Fleet
Nexus Colour Scheme For The New Tyne And Wear Metro Fleet

On 16 September 2020, Nexus, the public body which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, has revealed colour scheme for its new 362 million GBP train fleet, as Nexus launches a major public consultation on its interior design. 

More Metro Trains For Harbin
More Metro Trains For Harbin

On 7 September 2020 Bombardier Transportation announced that its Chinese joint venture, Changchun Bombardier Railway Vehicles Company Ltd. (CBRC), has signed a contract with CRRC Changchun to manufacture 390 metro cars for Harbin Metro Line 2 Phase 1 and Line 3 Phase 2.

Singapore MOVIA Metro Fleet Communication Systems To Be Enhanced
Singapore MOVIA Metro Fleet Communication Systems To Be Enhanced

On 3 September 2020 Bombardier Transportation announced that it will upgrade the communication systems on 92 three-car MOVIA metro trainsets for Singapore’s Downtown Mass Rapid Transit line.

New Metro Line 3 in Sofia Went Into Service
New Metro Line 3 in Sofia Went Into Service

On 26 August 2020 Siemens Mobility's Inspiro trains and Trainguard MT systems have gone into passenger service on Line 3 of the Sofia metro (Metropoliten EAD, MEAD). 

INNOVIA Metro Trains For Kuala Lumpur
INNOVIA Metro Trains For Kuala Lumpur

On 24 August 2020 Bombardier Transportation announced that it has completed the local assembly work on the first of the batch of 27 driverless INNOVIA Metro 300 trains ordered in October 2017 for the Kelana Jaya Light Rail Transit line in Kuala Lumpur.

Nürnberg's G1 In Regular Service
Nürnberg's G1 In Regular Service

On 19 August 2020 the first three new Type G1 metro trains started regular passenger service on the U1 line in Nürnberg.