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On 27 March 2023 Renfe is to expand its network of low cost AVLO services.
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 23 January 2023 in Bordeaux the new French open access operator LE TRAIN signed an agreement with Talgo for a batch of high speed trains, based on the Avril design, for use in France.
In late December 2022, ENR, launched commercial service of Talgo rakes.
There are hopes that salvation of the services between Barcelona and Lyon/Marseille might come in the shape of Renfe's new Class 106 Avril fleet.
One of the contracts currently being carried out by Talgo are the ICE L trains for DB.
On 11 December 2022, the international high speed train services between Barcelona and Lyon and Madrid, Barcelona and Marseille were withdrawn.
On 14 December 2022, KTZ and Stadler signed three contracts of a total worth 2.3 billion EUR.
On 22 September, Siemens Mobility announced at InnoTrans that it will deliver 21 Vectron Dual Mode (DM) locomotives to DB as part of the September 2020 framework contract with DB.
A model of the TRAVCA electric locomotive, which will haul the Type Talgo 230 non-powered units (NMUs) at DB Fernverkehr, was on display at the Talgo stand.
During a nocturnal test run with Talgo staff on board early on 7 September 2022, a Class 106 Avril reached 360 km/h on the 1,668 mm gauge high speed line between Ourense and Santiago de Compostela.
In addition to the Talgo’s second ENR contract, a cooperation agreement was signed on 9 August 2022 between Talgo, the Egyptian Ministry of Transport and NERIC to explore the possibility of establishing a factory for the local production of passenger cars.
On 9 August 2022, ENR, through ERA (Egyptian Railway Authority), awarded Talgo a contract worth approximately 280 million EUR for the supply of seven 18-car night trains and their maintenance for 15 years.
The first members of the new high speed Class 106 fleet were expected to have been handed over to Renfe in January 2021 in readiness for commercial operation in summer 2022.
The 14 electro-diesel Class 730s are being subjected to a mid-life refurbishment at Talgo's Las Matas works.