“UK’s High Speed Two (HS2) has published details of contract opportunities for architects, designers and developers interested in the development of four new stations on the London to Birmingham high-speed railway line. The winning bidders will work with HS2 to devise and refine its plans for stations at Birmingham Curzon Street, Birmingham Interchange and Old Oak Common, as well as the scheduled expansion of London Euston. “HS2’s new stations are intended to provide ...
“Siemens AG and Bombardier Inc. are in talks to combine their train operations, people familiar with the matter said, potentially creating a business that could better compete with rising competition from China. The proposed joint venture, which could be worth at least 10 billion euros (US$10.6 billion), would merge the firms’ train-making and signaling activities, said the people, asking not to be identified because the discussions are private. A deal could come by the middle of the ...
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