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Portland receives the first of its new tram and light rail vehicles to boost the city’s urban transit capacity by 2025.read more
DB ESG and Sella Controls have secured the UK’s first Safety Integrity Level 2 accreditation for their PPOS system, currently operating in the Croydon area.read more
Faced with massive spiralling costs, the Austin Transit Partnership have revised their plans to bring light rail to Austin, Texas.read more
The first of 36 Stadler Citylink tram-trains have been delivered to Taff’s Well depot and are expected to enter service in 2024.read more
New PESA Twist trams have entered passenger service in the industrial city of Craiova, Romania and the full 17 vehicles are due to be delivered by the end of May.read more
Rotterdam trams are set to all change by 2030 under plans by the Metropoolregio Rotterdam Den Haag which aims to cut costs and boost passenger numbers by 15%.read more
The US Federal budget has revealed its plans for light rail through a request for USD4.45 billion in funding for new and existing projects.read more
After three years’ of construction, the network in the Czech Republic’s second largest city has been expanded and now spans 72 km in length.read more
Luxemburg approves the funding and construction of two extensions to the existing tram networks which sees up to 90 000 passengers a day.read more
Leith Walk testing has begun in Edinburgh and passenger service is expected to begin in late June 2023. The long awaited project has come in under budget and is expected to drastically improve city transit.read more
- Portland’s new tram and LRV arrive
- Safety system on London Trams network gains SIL2 accreditation
- Austin takes light rail subways off the table
- First South Wales Metro tram-train arrives in depot
- PESA trams enter service in Craiova, Romania
- All change on Rotterdam trams by 2030?
- Federal budget includes USD 4.45bn for transit
- Brno’s extension complete after three years
- Luxemburg approves tramway expansion
- Edinburgh trams start Leith Walk testing