DMU Railcars are self-propelled railcars using several diesel engines in separate carriages to move. This page contains all the latest information, news, videos, images and articles on all aspects of DMU Railcars. You will also find a list of suppliers of DMU Railcar Manufacturers & Suppliers from around the world.
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One major complaint of rail passengers in Wales has been capacity. In response, TfW is introducing 6500 extra spaces per week from December.
The Northern refurbishment works are now two thirds complete. As part of its franchise agreement Northern is refurbishing 243 trains.
Alstom will deliver 4 additional Coradia Lint trains for Denmark. The operator, Nordjyske Jernbaner, will receive the units by mid-2021.
A giant animatronic red hare and a steel band were the star attractions as Greater Anglia launched their brand-new Stadler trains.
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Northern has introduced an additional 15 CAF Civity diesel trains on its network as part of its programme to replace its Pacer train fleet.
First-Trenitalia are awarded the West Coast Partnership. The operator will take over services on the West Coast Main Line in December 2019.
Given the DfT's policy that all trains must meet accessibilty requirements by 1 January 2020, Northern Pacer trains are being retired.