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Alstom’s Citadis Compact

The Citadis compact trams are specially designed to provide services on secondary lines and medium-sized networks. They also feature air-conditioning, real-time information system, a wide circulation corridor and double-doors at the front and at the back.

€500mln station flooded after rainstorm. Unsealed ceiling?

Water passed through the windowed rood of the station, built just two years ago. Many of these were open when the rain started, passengers claimed.

Check out your driving skills: DB Energy-Saving Trainer

Test the DB Energy-Saving Trainer, see how climate-friendly your driving skills are and become the Internet energy-saving champion.

Low cost ERTMS implementation: ERTMS Regional

ERTMS Regional is a simplified and low-cost variant of the European Rail Traffic Management System suitable for train control on lines with low traffic volumes.

Alstom UrbalisTM for Malaga metro

Alstom UrbalisTM solution: the CBTC, state-of-the-art wireless local area network (WLAN) for train control, SmartlockTM 400 interlocking, trackside equipment, and Automatic Train Supervision.

Deutsche Bahn launched the first CO2-free Railway Station

Deutsche Bahn AG has launched its "StationGreen" programme, under which the first CO2-free Railway Station in Germany is being designed.

The largest project in Alstom’s history: Alstom X’Trapolis Mega

One of the biggest project in rail transport worldwide and the largest contract ever signed in Alstom’s history.

Siemens-Thales joint venture for ERTMS in Spain

A Siemens-Thales joint venture awarded a €208.7m contract with ADIF to supply the ERTMS for the for a rail line in southern Spain.

The ECO friendly transportation revolution: Bombardier OMNEO

Sustainability is the key word of this train with the Bombardier's ECO4 technologies. Today the ECO4 portfolio includes 15 energy-saving solutions that serve as the backbone of modern fleet management and rail technology.

Is Public Transport really cost-effective? A Siemens study.

Around the world, public transport systems are ageing, underdeveloped or simply unable to cope with the demand of a growing mobile population. Limited funds and resources are an obvious constraint to transport development.

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