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Continuing the trend, GE Transportation has now secured its first locomotive deal in Chile.
The fund will support project that improve rail transportation safety, efficiency and reliability, such as level-crossing upgrades and the deployment of non-PTC safety technology.
The RFP was initially issued in April last year but only CRRC Sifang America submitted a proposal.
Services on the high-speed line were originally scheduled to begin in December 2026.
New light rail systems are part of the country's wider infrastructure development programme that has been accelerated since 2014, when Indonesia stepped in to replace original hosts Vietnam who withdrew for economic reasons.
Engineers working on a pioneering project to build the world's first light rail line on a floating bridge are getting ready to strengthen the structure so it can to carry track and light rail vehicles.
Operator RATP Group has renamed six Paris Metro stations in honour of the French football team after winning the 2018 World Cup at the weekend.
In a statement released online, Bane NOR said it has "never... been allocated so much money to build railways in Norway".