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On 20 March 2023 Stadler and Trenitalia have signed a four-year framework agreement for the supply of up to 50 EUROLIGHT Dual locomotives with a first call-off order for 13 ones.
ŽSR is putting into operation a new type of diagnostic vehicles.
After collecting 7,000 comments and almost 100 meetings involving residents and local authorities, Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) selected the investor variant for Katowice - Ostrava section of the high speed line.
With the inauguration of the section of the new Shin-Yokohama line, the new Tokyo Railway Interconnection has been completed forming wide area network.
HS2 revealed the final designs for the North Portal of the Chiltern Tunnel - the last of seven key structures for the high speed rail project’s longest tunnels.
One of the three Adif's new diagnosticts FLIRTs arrived at the VUZ Velim test facility on 20 February 2023.
Siemens Mobility will expand its manufacturing footprint by building a 220 million USD advanced manufacturing and rail services facility in Lexington, NC.
On 20 February 2023, around 20 years after the official start of construction and 18 years after the first tunnel lining ring was moved into position, Adif Alta Velocidad took the significant step of transferring the infrastructure of the Variante de Pajares high speed line, between La Robla and Pola de Lena to its filial concern, Adif Circulación y Mantenimiento.
In June 2022 MITMA announced that the Variante between La Robla and Pola de Lena, under construction since 2004 at cost which is likely to exceed 4 billion EUR, would be inaugurated in May 2023.
On 15 February 2023 HS2 confirmed that traditional Warwickshire ‘ironstone’ will be used to clad the piers supporting the high speed railway’s new Oxford Canal Viaduct as a nod to the canal’s architectural heritage after engaging with the local community.
HS2’s plans for the Balsall Common Viaduct in Warwickshire, recently submitted to Solihull Council, incorporate local feedback focussing on environmental sustainability, landscape integration, visual connectivity and public access.
In 2018, Bane NOR has launched a project to switch the entire railway network to ERTMS, with inauguration of first two lines scheduled at the end of 2022. However, this did not happen.
The last of 292 concrete piles that will form the foundations for the UK’s longest railway bridge were installed this week at the site of HS2’s Colne Valley Viaduct.
HS2 has revealed images of a big construction milestone in Birmingham city centre, with the completion of the first giant V-shaped pier for the 300 m long viaduct that will bring high speed trains into the new Curzon Street Station.
The goal is to build a high-speed railway line from Poland to Ukraine.