At the end of May, at its plant in Zaragoza, CAF started static tests on the hydrogen-powered demonstrator train being developed for the FCH2Rail project.
In 1992, Alstom pioneered the introduction of high-speed rail in Spain. Since then, the company has added a long list of innovations that continue to revolutionise railway mobility. Linking Madrid and Sevilla on the first high-speed train in Spain was only the beginning of a long history of innovation.
The 14 electro-diesel Class 730s are being subjected to a mid-life refurbishment at Talgo's Las Matas works.
Over the weekend of 5/6 February 2022 test running on this new cross-city 1,435 mm gauge line started, using Renfe's AVLO 112.013 and 021.