Stadler Deutschland has contracted Knorr-Bremse to supply the braking, entrance and HVAC systems for the new Berlin metro vehicles.
The new S-Bahn trains for Berlin, built by a Stadler-Siemens Mobility consortium, will enter passenger service on the city's Ringbahn line.
Stadler says its expansion plans for its Berlin-Pankow site are on track, with the building application filed in just 5 months.
The Railway-News Industry Insider Week 15, with all the week's rail news, including problems with the ICE 4 and new trains for South Africa.
The new Berlin S-Bahn, built by Stadler, is undergoing testing in the Siemens Rail Vehicle Test Centre in Germany, the largest in the world.
Schöneicher-Rüdersdorfer Strassenbahn GmbH (SRS) has purchased two Artic tram vehicles from Skoda Transtech. On 24 October the first of these vehicles was off...
The new in-floor lifting plant for underground railway rolling stock at Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe's Machandelweg site entered service last autumn. The WINDHOFF ...