Banedanmark has completed installation of digital CBTC signalling on the last three sections of the Copenhagen S-Bahn.
Stadler will manufacture and deliver an automated rack-and-pinion rail vehicle for Appenzeller Bahnen’s Rheineck–Walzenhausen rail link.
Rennes Metro’s Line B has now entered revenue service, equipped with Siemens Mobility’s driverless metro system Cityval.
Automatic driverless metros are now running on Paris Metro’s Line 4, as work has been completed to digitise and automate the line.
An Alstom-led consortium will supply the communications-based train control (CBTC) solution for the extension of Line 1 of the Panama Metro.
ST Engineering, Stadler and Siemens Mobility consortium will provide turnkey rail services for Kaohsiung's new MRT Yellow Line in Taiwan.
Thales has been awarded a long-term services support contract to ensure the continued reliability of its CBTC signalling system in Singapore.