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In December 2020, the SECO signed an agreement with the Ukrainian city of Vinnytsia under which Switzerland will supply 35 Tram 2000 cars from VBZ to Vinnytskiy Tramvay.
In March 2023 eight Type K1T trams built by the Odessa-based company Tatra-Yug have started running in Kiev.
Metrovagonmash (MVM) and the Minsky metropoliten signed a contract for 28 metro cars.
With the inauguration of the section of the new Shin-Yokohama line, the new Tokyo Railway Interconnection has been completed forming wide area network.
On 17 March 2023 the Tyne and Wear Metro’s first Class 555 train has been officially unveiled at a celebration event hosted by Nexus and Stadler.
On 20 March 2023 the CAF Group announced that it has won two new orders to supply Urbos trams for a combined value of over 100 million EUR.
On 15 March 2023 the first of Twist trams built by PESA for Craiova started passenger service.
The development of the Western Sydney metropolitan area is a major concern of the government of New South Wales, Australia.
At InnoTrans 2022, Siemens Mobility was the only exhibitor presenting a train for the metro - specifically it has shown two cars of the new Wiener Linien's X-Wagen type.
In February 2023 Metrovagonmash has completed the contract for the delivery of Model 81-765.B/766.B metro cars for Baku.
18 February 2023 saw the commercial launch of the two tramway lines in Mostaganem, Algeria.
In the fourth quarter of 2022 Knorr-Bremse has received a major order for coupling, brake and door systems destined for metro trains in Italy.
On 15 February 2023 Île-de-France Mobilités, Société du Grand Paris (SGP) and Alstom have unveiled the final design of the rolling stock for the future Line 18 of the Île-de-France metro network.
On 20 December 2018, WLB (Wiener Lokalbahnen) awarded Bombardier Transportation an order for 18 Type TW500 FLEXITY LRVs for Badner Bahn, the first of which entered service in late December 2022.
The last two underground trains of the first Type DT1 have been retired from active service by VAG Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft.