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Stadler Flirt in Belarus

Belarus to launch passenger train to Hungary

Belarusian Railway is working to improve its links with the European Union. The state-owned company plans to launch a passenger rail service from Brest station, near the Polish border, to Budapest, the capital of Hungary....Read more
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ZSSK Class 861 at Humenne railway station, source: Wikipedia

Slovakia plans new train service to Ukraine

The national railway companies of Slovakia and Ukraine are discussing the launch of a new passenger train between the countries. The new service will connect Košice, the second largest city in Slovakia, with Mukachevo, an...Read more
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Alstom Coradia Lint train, source: Alstom

New Coradia Lint trains for Bavarian Oberland

Alstom has been awarded a contract for supplying 25 Coradia Lint regional trains by German private railway operator Bayerische Oberlandbahn (BOB). The diesel two-car units will be manufactured at Alstom’s production site in Salzgitter, Lower...Read more
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MAV InterCity train, source: Wikipedia

Hungary launches new train service to Ukraine

Hungarian State Railways (MÁV) has launched a new train service to Ukraine. In seven hours, it delivers passengers from Budapest to the Ukrainian city of Mukachevo. The train runs daily via a dual gauge railway...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
Stadler train

Stadler to supply 30 diesel trains to Ferrovienord

Stadler signed a framework agreement with Italian transport group FNM for supplying thirty battery-equipped diesel-electric trains with an option for twenty additional units. The first units are expected to run on the routes of Ferrovienord,...Read more
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Ukraine develops its first tram-train service

The authorities of Ukraine’s capital Kyiv are planning to launch the first tram-train service in the country. The new mode of transport will connect several densely populated parts of the city via both rail and...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko