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  1. NX:

    Hydrail Coradia iLint

    I checked and it looks it was not mentioned it before. There have been new tests of the hydrogen train by Alstom. Hydrail Coradia iLint. More info online. Cheers,
  2. Melandir

    Say goodbye to Italy old trains

    In the next few days there will be the announcement of the winners of the biggest train bid in Italy a €4.5 Billion contract for 500 trains that will finally replace some museum trains we still have around the contract was divided in 3 sections 300 trains with at least 600 seats 150 trains with at least 450 seats 50 diesel trains Alstom seems to have won the 150 trains with 450 seats Stadler won the 50 diesel trains (it was the only bidder) Alstom and Hitachi (ex Ansaldo Breda) are close for the 300 trains with 600 seats in the next 3-5 years there will be more modern and comfortable train for commuters
  3. http://www.railwaygazette.com/news/traction-rolling-stock/single-view/view/four-shortlisted-for-new-south-wales-train-contract.html
  4. Whither AGV? http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-06-01/alstom-develops-new-high-speed-trains-for-international-tenders similar from the Torygraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/transport/11644020/Frances-Alstom-focuses-on-commuter-comfort-to-win-HS2-train-contracts.html#disqus_thread Perhaps the comments on "more comfort" were prompted by this: http://transportrail.com/hitachi-rail-europe-debuts-conceptual-high-speed-train-interiors155/
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