Corinna Salander has been appointed the head of the German Centre for Rail Transport Research – DZSF. She will start on 1 January 2020.
All the important rail news of the week, summed up for you in one place: our Railway-News Industry Insider Week 42 for 14–18 October 2019.
Alstom and FS Italiane have reconfirmed their partnership with Bologna University. A four-week course will equip students with vital skills.
Stadler's board of directors has nominated former President of Switzerland, Doris Leuthard, to join it starting in April 2020.
Skoda has won a contract with Stadtwerke Bonn for the supply of trams. Each tram measures 30m in length and can accmmodate 180 passengers.
Anna Höjer will take over as CEO of Transdev Sweden in September 2020. She is currently working for Bombardier Transportation.
Stadler Group CEO Dr Thomas Ahlburg parts ways with the company with immediate effect. Peter Spuhler takes over as interim Group CEO.
The German cabinet has adopted a proposal put forward by transport minister Andreas Scheuer for the Investment Acceleration Act.
The German Centre for Rail Transport Research (DZSF) has a positive outlook on its activities during the European Year of Rail.