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Since April 2021, Arriva Nederland operates the WINK units. Although they are technically capable of battery operation, for reasons that are hard to understand, the use of this capability is not in sight...
On 15 August 2023, first two ČD's Class 847 DMUs started test operation with passengers.
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
ŽSR is putting into operation a new type of diagnostic vehicles.
PESA is currently working on several contracts for both České dráhy and RegioJet.
18 January 2023 saw the first of the 71 FLIRTs for Transport for Wales to start the commercial service.
On 26 January 2023 the first of Transport for Wales’ brand new 800 million GBP fleet of trains was officially launched by Lesley Griffiths MS at a ceremony in North Wales.
Currently, the first DMU of the new Class 847 for ČD is being tested on the IK OETD circuit.
The third FLIRT in Berlin was the tri-mode version for TfW, belonging to the FLIRT UK family.
In early December 2022, Arriva Nederland has started a tender for new built hydrogen trains for operations on the regional lines in the provinces of Groningen and Frieslân.
With the number of trains being maintained at Leeuwarden depot at an all-time high and more of them using batteries, Leeuwarden depot has been completely overhauled.
Passengers in the West Midlands will soon have the chance to climb on board a brand new train fleet.
On 8 September 2022, the Department of Transport in Victoria has exercised the third option under an existing 2018 contract to purchase 12 three-car VLocity DMUs for the State’s regional network.
In 2019 GC ordered a third Type GTW 2/6 DMU from Stadler for services on the Lleida to Pobla de Segur branch. The new train was put in commercial service on 27 August 2022.
One of the contracts currently being carried out by PESA are two-car Class 847 DMUs for Czech Railways.