Siemens Mobility has signed a contract with London Underground Ltd to design and manufacture 94 new trains for the city's subway system. This new rolling stock,…
Transport for London (TfL) intends to award Siemens Mobility Ltd the contract to design and build 94 new Tube trains for its Piccadilly line. The order is the f…
Siemens Mobility has contracted Knorr-Bremse to supply the door systems for the Inspiro trains for London Underground's Piccadilly line.
The speed of developing HS2 is increasing rapidly. Nevertheless, the construction of HS2 has caused a number of objections from different parties. Not all of th…
Transport for London and Siemens Mobility have unveiled the detailed design for the new trains for the London Underground Piccadilly line.
London’s Night Tube will resume service on the Central and Victoria lines from 27 December on Saturdays and Sundays.
In order to release funds of up to 1 billion GBP, TfL has entered a deal with Rail Leasing to sell and lease back its Class 345 fleet.
The Industry Insider week 12 featuring all the must-read rail news stories from 18–22 March, including the Eurotunnel shuttle refurbishment.
The Railway-News Industry Insider week 47 (19–23 November): rolling stock, infrastructure and policy news from the rail sector. In addition, Andreas Scheuer, Ri…
The Railway-News Industry Insider for week 9 of 2020: the top rail news stories of the week in brief to keep you informed of the key points.
Transport for London have announced that Thales Signalling solutions will b installed on four lines of the London Underground.
Plans for the Siemens rail manufacturing facility in Goole are progressing well with the outline planning application now submitted.
Evolution and Revolution: Railway Depots Today and Tomorrow is taking place ONLINE as seminars on 9 June 2021.
The UK prime minister marked the start of construction of the Siemens Mobility Rail Factory in Goole, on 6 July 2020.