Kazakhstan: This was the news the president of the LKZ production site Marat Tleubayev revealed in his interview with the Kursiv media.
Switzerland: The developer of IoT solutions notes that the Scope AI app accumulates data from the company's telematic sensors.
Belgium: Currently only one tram has started operating on a line. Alstom is to deliver the whole ordered fleet of 90 trams to the country's capital by 2026.
UK: The University of Birmingham made a feasibility study on the use of ammonia fuel cells in mainline freight locomotives compared to diesel and hydrogen vehicles.
EU: Europe's Rail has updated its estimates of the potential costs of the DAC introduction on freight cars. The estimates and the initiative itself have attracted criticism by ZNPK, an association of minor operators from Poland.
Turkiye: The national operator TCDD received the first two five-car trains after TSI certification.
USA: California Air Resources Board has approved a rule that will ban diesel locomotives more than 23 years old from operating in the state from 2030 whereas new incoming locomotives will be emission-free.
Russia: The national railway operator filed an application to the Commercial Court of Moscow. The session is scheduled for 22 May.
Netherlands: NS national operator has started the final test phase of one five-car and one eight-car vehicle. A gradual launch of a 79-train fleet is expected to begin on domestic lines in December.