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The next edition of Rail Business Days will take place from 5 to 7 June.
On 4 May 2023 Juli Fernàndez i Olivares, the Catalan Minister for the Interior, and FGC President, Toni Segarra i Barreto, were present at the putting into service of the first two of the five new Class 257 electro-diesel locomotives (257.01 and 02) ordered from Stadler Rail Valencia.
Govia Thameslink Railway’s (GTR’s) first Class 387/1 Great Northern Electrostar EMU has now completed static testing of its retrofitted ETCS in-cab signalling equipment, as part of the East Coast Digital Programme.
On 31 May 2023 Siemens Mobility announced that it has been awarded a contract extension for the maintenance of the Class 185 fleet serving TransPennine Express routes
From early October 2023, it is planned to put into service for Verkehrsverbund Tirol the new Cityjet Desiro ML EMUs.
The first of the EffiShunter 1000M locomotives for ČD has completed a test run.
On 29 May 2023, CZ LOKO announced that the next company to choose EffiShunter 1000 locomotives was DB Cargo Italia.
In the coming weeks, one of the EURODUALs will make test runs in several Balkan countries as part of the type approval process there.
The CRRC-built unit 665.002 is present in Slovakia for the purpose of testing required as part of the approval process for operation on the ŽSR network.
On 25 May 2023 HÜBNER announced that it will refurbish 680 gangway systems in the coming five years for the ÖBB in the railjet fleet.
ÖBB is now planning a major change to its railjet trains.
On 24 May 2023 HS2 Ltd has received Schedule 17 approval for a 150-metre section of viaduct carrying trains into Birmingham’s new Curzon Street Station, including a 25-metre-high truss which will create a new icon on the city’s skyline.
On 23 May 2023 TMH Elektrotekh of Novocherkassk completed tests of a new Type DTA-380U1 asynchronous traction motor intended for use in the Ivolga 3.0 EMUs.
In April 2022, MÁV-START and Siemens Mobility signed a framework agreement for the delivery of 115 Vectron locomotives.
ŽOS Vrútky presented in Berlin a Bdmpz second class coach for Slovak railways. The latter has ordered in total 17 cars of this type.