Lund – Malmö quadruple tracking contract
Prime Minister inaugurates Napoli Afragola station
ÖBB starts Pyhrnstrecke station upgrading
Weekly LCL service widens appeal of China-Europe rail route
Siemens to buy planning software company HaCon
Hupac orders eight multisystem locomotives
Montecargo privatisation cancelled
IONX and Ermewa agree telematics partnership
High-value chemicals travel from China to Europe by rail
DB Regio selected for Rhein-Neckar operating contract
RATP President Elisabeth Borne has been appointed as Transport Minister in the new French government formed by President Emmanuel Macron. Replacing Alain Vidalies, she will be part of the Environment ministry headed by ecologist Nicolas Hulot. Borne succeeded Pierre Mongin at RATP in 2015, after serving in the cabinet of former Environment minister Ségolène Royal. She was Prefect of Poitou-Charentes in 2013-14, having worked as Director of Strategy for SNCF in 2002-07.
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