CAF is to supply additional LRV and trams to the cities of Bonn and Budapest after the cities’ operators took up options for additional units.
Alstom has signed an MoU with oil and gas company MOL to explore the use of hydrogen technology for rail transport in Hungary.
Stalder has delivered the first of 12 Citylink tram-trains to Hungary where they will start serving Szeged and Hódmezővásárhely from Q4 2021.
CZ Loko has handed over the first of two EffiShunter 1000M locomotives, based on the old Class 742 locomotives, to CER Cargo.
Open-access operator RegioJet will add Budapest as a train destination starting in June 2020. Its trains currently termiante in Vienna.
Stadler and Hungarian Railways celebrated the roll out of the first KISS double-decker (part of an order of 11) due to enter service in 2020.
The Railway-News Industry Insider week 17: a summary of the global rail news, including new rolling stock orders from Hungary and Canada.