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One of the three Adif's new diagnosticts FLIRTs arrived at the VUZ Velim test facility on 20 February 2023.
In mid-February, Norske tog announced that the contract for delivery of 17 single-deck long-distance trains had been awarded to Stadler.
On 17 February 2023 Norske tog announced that Stadler has been awarded the contract for 17 long-distance FLIRTs of the future Class 79.
The first of Avanti West Coast’s new fleet of trains has entered static testing at Hitachi Rail’s Newton Aycliffe factory in the North East of England.
On 9 December 2021, TSA announced that it was contracted by CAF to design and manufacture traction motors for 28 Civity Nordic regional trains ordered by AB Transitio.
An extensive programme of testing and commissioning will soon begin on one of the two Stadler-built trains, which made maiden voyages into Canton depot, Cardiff a fortnight ago.
Between 21 and 24 September 2021, the 14th TRAKO trade fair was held in Gdańsk.
On 31 August 2021, SJ Norge officially handed over the first of the Class 76 EDMUs.
On 12 May 2021, the first pre-production Coradia Polyvalent France-Germany cross-border train left Alstom Reichshoffen for DB Systemtechnik Minden.
The regions of Kalmar, Jönköping, Blekinge and Kronoberg have decided to jointly acquire new trains to replace the existing fleet, which is nearing the end of its life.
No, it's not about a new music festival at the VUZ Velim test centre, but about a new Trenitalia EDMU, which arrived in the Czech Republic on 6 April 2021.
On 21 January 2021, the main station in Szczecin saw the official handover of the first two Impuls 2 EDMUs built by Newag for Województwo Zachodniopomorskie.
Alstom announced that the prototype for the energy storage system of the first hybrid TER train has completed its trials on the test bench at Alstom's Tarbes site.
On 13 October 2020, a contract was signed between Newag and Koleje Dolnośląskie for the purchase of four Impuls EDMUs for Lower Silesia.
On 16 July 2020 in Szczecin an agreement was signed between Województwo Zachodniopomorskie (the West Pomeranian voivodship) and Newag for the supply of two Class 36WEh Impuls 2 EDMUs with an option for ten more.