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Metrovagonmash (MVM) and the Minsky metropoliten signed a contract for 28 metro cars.
On 17 March 2023 the Tyne and Wear Metro’s first Class 555 train has been officially unveiled at a celebration event hosted by Nexus and Stadler.
At InnoTrans 2022, Siemens Mobility was the only exhibitor presenting a train for the metro - specifically it has shown two cars of the new Wiener Linien's X-Wagen type.
The Tyne and Wear Metro’s first new train arrived in North East England on 28 February 2023, after Stadler successfully delivered 555 003 from its factory in St. Margrethen.
On 3 October 2022, a five-car Claas 555 EMU for Nexus arrived at the VUZ Velim test centre.
In February 2023 Metrovagonmash has completed the contract for the delivery of Model 81-765.B/766.B metro cars for Baku.
On 15 February 2023 Île-de-France Mobilités, Société du Grand Paris (SGP) and Alstom have unveiled the final design of the rolling stock for the future Line 18 of the Île-de-France metro network.
The last two underground trains of the first Type DT1 have been retired from active service by VAG Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft.
On 21 December 2022, Siemens Mobility announced that it will be the system integrator and partner for delivery of the city-shaping project Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport.
Ahead of the arrival of the first Class 555 EMU at Gosforth depot, work to build a new depot is nearing completion, with the main building now up and running.
On 12 November 2022 a new Model 81-725.1/81-726.1/81-727.1 metro train was solemnly commissioned at Baltiyskaya station of St. Peterburg Metro's Kirovsko-Vyborgskaya line.
On 7 November 2022, ATM (Azienda Trasporti Milanesi) has awarded a 368 million EUR framework agreement for the manufacturing of new metro trains for the Milan metro, to Hitachi Rail.
Since 27 October 2022, VAG Nürnberg has all 35 new Type G1 metro trains available for passenger service.
Since mid-September, the first Model 81-725.1/726.1/727.1 Baltiets eight-car unit is undergoing tests on the St. Peterburg metro network.
On 13 September 2022, TMH handed over the first eight-car Model 81-725.1/726.1/727.1 train specially designed for St. Peterburg metro.