Siemens and Bombardier, two of the world's three leading light railway carriage manufacturers, will not bid in the tender to supply light rail trains for the planned Red Line in the Dan Region, senior executives in the two companies stated today.
On June 20, the California High Speed Rail Authority and Amtrak canceled their joint manufacturing plan for 43 modern high speed trains, concluding that the needs of the two transit agencies were too different to be addressed in a single contract.
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The first of a total of eight Alstom’s Pendolino ETR 610 trains ordered by the Swiss operator, SBB, in July 2012 left Savigliano manufacturing plant in Italy June 3, in accordance with the planned schedule.
Alstom delivered the first modernized regional train to Landesnahverkehrsgesellschaft Niedersachsen (LNVG) as part of a contract awarded by LNVG in May 2013 to modernize 24 Coradia Lint Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU) trains.
Alstom has been granted by the French Public Rail Safety organization (EPSF) the Authorization for Commercial Use (AMEC) for its Régiolis, the latest generation of regional train from the Coradia range.