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Liverpool City Region Mayor Steve Rotheram has hailed on Monday 23 January 2023 as a “massive day, not just for our area, but for the entire country” as the first of the region’s new 500 million GBP trains came into passenger service for the first time.
Last Stadler-built unit exhibited in Berlin we describe is Class 777 for Merseyrail network.
Following an intensive period of testing on the Merseyrail network and the recent authorisation from ORR, the first of 53 Class 777 EMUs has been on 26 August 2021 officially passed on to Merseytravel.
Battery-powered trains paves way for Merseyrail network expansion across the Liverpool City Region and beyond
Testing of the new trains for the Liverpool City Region is moving to the next level as they are due to head out onto the Merseyrail network during normal service hours from 1 July.
Stadler showcases its first Class 777 BEMU at the first post-covid outdoor UK rail event, held between 16 and 17 June 2021 in Warwickshire.
Metro Mayor’s plans for new station in Kirkby take another step forward.
On 29 January 2020 we visited Stadler Siedlce. This works is now, in addition to Class 777 EMUs and various types of FLIRTs, also building trams for Poland and Germany.
On 28 January Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram has welcomed 777 003.
Since late December 2019 already second Class 777 unit is present at the PCW.
A key manufacturing milestone has been met in the building of the new trains for the Merseyrail network. Following successful static testing and...