Citations with the tag: STADLER Bussnang AG
Results 1 - 15
- Stadler bids low for rolling stock.
// MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 3/31/2006, Vol. 50 Issue 13, p21
The article reports on the bid given by Swiss firm Stadler Bussnang for the contract to supply train carriages to be used for suburban transportation around Algeria. It is noted that the bid made by the company is about six per cent cheaper than the second best offer of submitted by Canadian...
- SBB picks FLIRT.
// Railway Gazette International; Nov2002, Vol. 158 Issue 11, p672
Reports on the move of Swiss Federal Railways to order low-floor electrical multiple units from Stadler Bussnang AG on September 26, 2002. Worth of the deal; Features of designated Flinker Leichter Innovativer Regional Triebzug trains.
- New units for Swiss Zentralbahn.
// Railways Illustrated; Jan2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p79
The article reports that Zentralbahn has placed an order with Stadler Bussnang AG for ten new inter-regional electric multiple unit (EMU) trains worth 81.2 million pounds which is part of its capacity enhancement and modernisation programme.
- Stadler wins Dutch GTW order.
Hondius, Harry // Railway Gazette International; Jul2005, Vol. 161 Issue 7, p412
This article reports on a fleet of 43 low-floor diesel railcars ordered by Arriva Nederland from Stadler Bussnang. This is part of Arriva's operation of a 255 route-kilometer network of secondary lines in the northeastern provinces of Friesland and Groningen, Netherlands. The cars are being...
- FLIRTs for SÃ¼dostbahn.
Hondius, Harry // Modern Railways; Aug2010, Vol. 67 Issue 743, p71
The article reports that 14 more Flinker Leichter Innovativer Regional Triebzug (FLIRT)=Flexible Light Innovative Regional Train electric multiple units (EMU) will be supplied by Stadler to Swiss private operator Schweizerische SÃ¼dostbahn AG (SOB).
- Helsinki orders FLIRTs.
Gough, John; Van Ryne, Derek // Modern Railways; Nov2006, Vol. 63 Issue 698, p64
The article reports on the 32x4-car wide-gauge 25 kilovolts fast light innovative regional trains (FLIRT) ordered by Junakalusto Oy. The company bought the vehicles from Stadler Bussnang AG for about Euro 190 million to be used in Helsinki suburban railway in Finland. It says that the total...
- Swiss DMUs for Arriva Nederland.
Badcock, Peter // Railways Illustrated; Oct2006, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p61
The article reports that Stadler Bussnang AG is making 43 new diesel electric articulated GTW trains to be used by Arriva Nederland. The new trains will operate on Arriva's NoordNed rail services in Groningen and Friesland in the Netherlands. The trains, which will have a capacity to run at the...
- TEX Rail orders Flirts.
Badcock, Peter // Railway Gazette International; Jul2015, Vol. 171 Issue 7, p11
The article reports on contract signed by the Fort Worth Transportation Authority in Texas with rail company Stadler Bussnang for a supply of Flirt 3 diesel multiple units (DMU) for the TEX Rail commuter line after the U.S. Federal Transit Administration approved the project's engineering phase.
- Glasgow going driverless.
Badcock, Peter // Railway Gazette International; Apr2016, Vol. 172 Issue 4, p14
The article reports on the contract signed by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport with consortium of Stadler Bussnang and Ansaldo STS for a fleet of driverless trains and communications-based train control (CBTC) signalling for the Glasgow Subway in Great Britain.
- The 'A' list in Texas.
FITZGERALD, KEN // Trains; Dec2011, Vol. 71 Issue 12, p14
The article reports that the Denton County Transportation Authority in North Texas has ordered 11 diesel-powered railcars from Stadler Bussnang AG to replace 11 ex-VLA Rail Canada RDCs leased from Trinity Railway Express. The RDCs are being used between Dallas and Fort Worth since the late 1990s...
- ...and on RhB.
Wormaid, Philip // Railways Illustrated; Jan2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p79
The article reports on the delivery of the 15 new electric multiple unit (EMU) trains from Stadler Bussnang AG for Rhaetin Railways in Switzerland. It states that the EMUs should enter service in May 2010 and are split to Arosa/Davos and the Bernina line. It notes that the units in Bernina line...
- Ridership up 26% after upgrade.
Wormaid, Philip // Railway Gazette International; May2012, Vol. 168 Issue 5, p62
The article reports on the four Flirt electric multiple-units ordered by GySEV from Stadler Bussnang of Hungary to accommodate growing ridership on the recently upgraded Sopron-Szombathely-SzentgotthÃ¡rd route in western Hungary. The 20.3 million â‚¬ cost of the contract will be met by the...
- Four bids for fleet renewal.
Wormaid, Philip // Railway Gazette International; Sep2009, Vol. 165 Issue 9, p9
The article reports on the bids received by passenger operator Elektriraudtee from Alstom, CAF, PESA and Stadler for a contract to supply multiple-units railroad cars. Twelve three-car and six four-car extravehicular mobility units (EMUs) is being planned to be bought by Elektriraudtee, with an...
- ROLLING STOCK.
Wormaid, Philip // Railway Gazette International; Sep2010, Vol. 166 Issue 9, p39
This section offers updates on the railroad industry as of September 2010. The National Authority for Tunnels in Egypt has awarded a contract to a consortium of Mitsubishi, Kinki Sharyo and Toshiba. Stadler Bussnang signed a contract to lease and sell electric Flirt multiple-units to...
- INSIDE INDUSTRY.
Wormaid, Philip // Railway Gazette International; Jun2005, Vol. 161 Issue 6, p357
The article presents news briefs on issues related to railroad companies as of June 2005. Announcement made by British rail freight operator English Welsh & Scottish Railway of its asset acquisition in Probotec Ltd. The consolidated sales of Stadler were 25 % above the 2004 figure of SFr322m....