In December 2021, ENR celebrated removing of the last old coaches from regular operation, so that all coaches are all new or renewed.
In June 2022, Tatravagónka started operation of the second assembly line for the production of hopper wagons for transport of cereals.
Working together with Havelländische Eisenbahn (HVLE), Knorr-Bremse is equipping a freight train with an automation system that will support automated brake testing.
Automated brake testing is also picking up speed in Germany. A pilot train with the automated brake testing system has been put into parallel operation by DB Cargo at Mitteldeutsche Eisenbahn in June.
In 2021, KVSZ began the designing program of wagons for European market in conformity with TSI WAG requirements.
On 12 July 2022, HS2 confirmed that more than a million tonnes of construction material have been delivered by rail to the high speed rail’s work sites across Buckinghamshire, taking the equivalent of 100,096 HGV journeys off local roads.