Alstom has signed a new contract with Panama Metro (MPSA) to provide maintenance for Line 2’s rolling stock, signalling and power supply system.
An Alstom-led consortium will supply the communications-based train control (CBTC) solution for the extension of Line 1 of the Panama Metro.
Hitachi will deliver 28 six-car monorail vehicles as well as the signalling systems and other equipment for line 3 of the Panama Metro.
The Railway-News Industry Insider Week 18 with all the rail news from 29 Apr to 3 May, including the new 'explosion-proof' train for Tel Aviv.
Panama Metro Line 2 opening: Panama's capital now enjoys a 2nd metro line, with Alstom's CBTC system allowing trains every ninety seconds.
Panama City is the largest city and capital of Panama and has an urban population of almost 900,000. The first line of the Panama Metro, in Panama City, was ina...
Ansaldo STS, a joint-venture between Hitachi Rail Systems and Mitsubishi has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Panama Metro (MPSA) for a new monorail. T...