Fergrupo, the infrastructure subsidiary of COMSA in Portugal, has recently been awarded three new projects for the track and electrical modernisation of different sections of the country’s national rail network.
Kelox IRT USA, a US subsidiary of Kelox S.A., has been selected by Alstom USA to design and supply the catering onboard equipment for 28 new high-speed trains to be run on the Northeast Corridor between Boston and Washington D.C.
ICON Multimedia, in collaboration with SICE, the systems integration integration techonology company, has installed DENEVA, its Passenger Information Software, in the new 3 and 6 lines of Santiago’s Metro in Chile. The stations on both lines show information on large
SENER has won the prestigious ‘The European’ award for best infrastructure and transport company, as part of the British publication’s annual awards programme for innovation and excellence in organisations.
La Farga signed an agreement with Danieli, the Italian company that is a leader in the manufacture of equip- ment and plants for the ferrous me- tals industry, to reinforce one of the company’s strategic lines – the sale of technology.
Since September, Line 5 of the Ma- drid Metro has been using new rail signalling technologies developed by Siemens. Siemens’ Mobility Division has renewed the signalling between the Casa de Campo and Alameda de Osuna stations along a 23.2-km section of double track with 32 stations.
Indra has made further inroads into the Indian transport market, having been awarded a contract to deploy all technology used for access con- trol, validation, ticket sales and card top-ups its contactless ticketing tech- nology at 14 new stations on the De- lhi and Noida Metro system.