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Mercitalia Rail, the freight subsidiary of the Italian state-owned railway, is to support Rail Cargo Group (RCG) and SBB Cargo to develop 'intelligent freight trains'. The programme is looking at how the digitisation of rail freight...
Around 500 employees will work in the new hall, which boast a total 8,100sqm factory floorspace.
These upgrades are being funded from the state's 2018-19 budget and will be delivered in stages, with services coming online progressively from the early 2020s.
Siemens has been named by Transport for London (TfL) as the chosen supplier for the £1.5 billion Deep Tube rolling stock contract.
Almost two years of development and construction have gone into the multiple-unit FLIRT train, which was presented for the first time on June 6.
Free long-distance trains will run on 31 routes and make 734 trips, according to Russian Railways.
The train’s voyage saw it cross the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and pass through the Panama Canal.
The announcement comes less than six months after Brightline's first service was launched between Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, Florida, and weeks after the service was extended to Miami.