BNSF Railway Company (BNSF) and Wabtec’s (NYSE: WAB) exploration of the future potential of battery-electric locomotives crosses another significant milestone this week as they begin testing the technology in revenue service between
Wabtec and RATP, a Paris region operator as well a major international public transport operator, announced this week a partnership to test Wabtec’s innovative Green Friction braking solution. The test will study
Windows are made for viewing outside of the building or vehicle you’re in, but Wabtec is working with Shenzhen Metro Company and CRRC Nanjing Puzhen Co., Ltd. to test what it calls
While RT&S doesn’t typically cover locomotives because they are not “below the rail,” we occasionally report on topics and news from key suppliers in the industry. Wabtec spokesperson Tim Bader announced that
Wabtec secures agreements worth $120M to implement signaling and train control systems for Virgin Trains USA. The project is a unique high-speed signaling and train control application for the North America market.
Wabtec Corporation launched an air-filtration innovation, called BlueFilter, to provide a clean, healthy environment for passengers on metro and trains. The TÜV-tested filter continuously provides fresh and clean air onboard metro and
Wabtec Corporation and Tronix3D are partnering to provide much needed personal protective equipment (PPE) for Excela Health, a leading health system provider of advanced medical care in Pennsylvania. The partnership is leveraging
Coming just shy of a year since it purchased GE Transportation in, Freightwaves reports that Wabtec has just purchased RELCO locomotives. This company builds, repairs, and remanufactures locomotives, and is based in Iowa.
The American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) has entered into an agreement with Wabtec Railway Electronics, Inc. to provide Positive Train Control (PTC) support to its members via the Wabtec Cloud