IVU and DB Regio have successfully introduced digital planning and dispatch in several regions, Regio networks and commuter railway services.
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Thalys passengers can now choose between around 50 local taxi fleets to complete their rail journeys via the Thalys app or website.
DB Cargo is starting the sustainable renewal of its shunting fleet.
The codeshare agreement will help to provide a seamless connection to and from eight destinations in Germany for Qatar Airways passengers.
A 12-week test programme has proven that the new commuter trains can withstand an extensive range of severe weather and temperature conditions.
German logistics provider, RheinCargo, is expanding its service offering to include shunting and infrastructure operations, following establishment of new division, ‘Werks und Industriebahnen’ (Works and Industrial Rail).
The development of rolling stock has seen tailored cyber-security applied to each project for the past five years.
Advanced signalling technology is supporting Deutsche Bahn’s pioneering rail upgrade and digitalisation programme and keeping passengers moving during its North-South route renewal.
Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn?(NEB) has leased four DMUs from Alpha Trains for four years which will provide greater capacities for its commuters, tourists and their bicycles.
Deutsche Bahn has announced a new five-year contract which will ensure it receives green electricity from Nordsee Ost wind farm.
DB Cargo will equip its entire fleet with intelligent sensors and telematics by 2020 in a bid to promote digitalisation across the board.
Vossloh is set to complete its group restructuring with the sale of this third business unit, since it made the decision to strategically focus on rail infrastructure.
Stadler is set to supply 55 battery-operated FLIRT trains to the Schleswig-Holstein local transport association, the first call for green technology tenders in Germany.
The contract means that passengers in the Ruhr area of Germany will see an additional eight Stadler VARIOBAHN low-floor trams in operation from mid 2021.