Poland: Start-up Nevomo tested a maglev bogie that reached a speed of 135 km/h. Earlier, the large-scale research project, MaDe4Rail, was launched with the funds of the European Commission.
Russia: New EMU manufactured at Tver Carriage Works (a part of TMH) became one of the highlights of the PRO//Motion.Expo Railway Fair.
UK: The British Railway Industry Association (RIA) has published a report calling on the country's authorities to work on long-term contracts for passenger rolling stock.
Russia: The organiser, Gudok Publishing House, has unveiled details of the upcoming main event of the area 1520 railway industry.
Russia: In the recently developed EP2DM electric train, the share of domestically manufactured components has been brought up to 99%.
Switzerland: A new company, Ace4Rail, plans to enter the market in 2028. Its founder Axel Kiese revealed some details of the project in his interview with Railcolor News.
Bulgaria: The Ministry of Transport calls for bids for a total of €1.4 bln VAT excluded. Winners of four tenders will be expected to supply 35 single-deck and 7 double-deck EMUs, 20 push-pull trains, and 18 shunting locomotives.
Russia: Earlier, the operator asked the Commercial Court of Moscow to impose a RUB 29.6 mln (€330,000) penalty.
Turkiye: The national operator TCDD received the first two five-car trains after TSI certification.