Pesa has won the tender for the supply of 62 electric multiple units (EMUs) for the Romanian Railways, a contract valued at around PLN 3 billion (EUR 672 mln), the rolling stock company announced in a press release on Monday.
Love struck Adam from Warsaw hit the news after printing a series of posters that he hung on lampposts around the city detailing a chance meeting with a mysterious woman on a commuter train.
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VIDEO: Dubbed ‘the future of railways’, the MagRail from Polish deep tech firm Nevomo will see passenger trains reaching a whopping 550 km/hr, thereby significantly reducing travel times.
The unauthorised use of the railway radio-stop signals poses no threat to life, the CEO of PKP PLK, Poland’s national railway service, has said.
A court in Bialystok, on Tuesday, granted a request from the prosecutor and agreed to hold two men for three months for the broadcasting of unauthorised "radio-stop signals" and halting trains in north-western Poland.
There is no evidence of Russian involvement in a series of recent incidents on Polish railways, a senior security official has said.
PKP Intercity, Poland's leading passenger railway company, will cut the journey times on some of its major routes from September, the carrier announced on Tuesday.
A Russian espionage network operating in Poland, cracked by the National Prosecutor's Office and the Internal Security Agency (ABW), had planned to blow up trains carrying weapons and humanitarian aid for Ukraine, the Gazeta Polska weekly has reported.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister of Poland, has offered his condolences to the bereaved families of victims of the train crash which occurred in eastern India on Friday night.
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