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  • Go-Ahead awarded Transmashholding’s Switzerland-based TMH International subsidiary a contract to maintain 22 Stadler Flirt3 EMUs ordered for used on E-Netz Allgäu services
    News

    ‘Industrial espionage’ train maintenance dispute resolved

    2021-08-19T10:59:00Z

    GERMANY: A dispute over Go-Ahead Bayern’s decision to appoint a subsidiary of Russian company Transmashholding to maintain a fleet of Stadler Flirt3 electric multiple-units has been resolved, and the manufacturer handed over the first of the units to the future operator in Augsburg on August 18. ...

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    Rail Business UK

    Southeastern Managing Director named

    2021-08-03T13:10:00Z

    UK: The Go-Ahead Group has announced the appointment of Southeastern Managing Director David Statham as Strategy Director from October, overseeing business strategy across the group’s rail, bus and public transport activities including its response to climate change. David Statham Go-Ahead ...

  • Christian Schreyer
    Rail Business UK

    Next Go-Ahead CEO named

    2021-07-29T10:48:00Z

    GO-AHEAD: The board of the Go-Ahead Group has appointed Christian Schreyer as Chief Executive with effect from the November 5 annual general meeting. He will succeed David Brown, who announced in May that he would retire this year. To provide a smooth transition, Schreyer will ...

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    Rail Business UK

    Go-Ahead commits to net zero

    2021-07-14T13:59:00Z

    Announcing a ‘wholesale shift’ from diesel to zero-carbon modes including electric and hydrogen traction, Go-Ahead says it is aiming to achieve a fully decarbonised rail fleet by 2035, and to switch its 5 000-strong UK bus fleet to zero emission vehicles.

  • GTR Southern Class 455 EMU at station
    Rail Business UK

    Govia Thameslink Railway contract extended to March 2022

    2021-06-17T11:31:00Z

    UK: The Department for Transport has extended Govia Thameslink Railway’s Emergency Recovery Measures Agreement from September 20 2021 until March 31 2022 on the existing terms, and laid the ground for a directly-awarded contract which could run up to a further six years. Govia Thameslink ...

  • Secure cabinets could be provided to store folding bicycles, with vertical racks at the end of coaches to hold full-size bikes.
    Rail Business UK

    ‘Post-Covid’ flexible train interior concepts proposed

    2021-05-24T14:15:00Z

    UK: Concepts for train interior designs which could accommodate changed passenger requirements following the pandemic and with the ability to switch between ‘commuter’ and ‘leisure’ arrangements have been unveiled by operator Go-Ahead, leasing company Angel Trains and design agency Seymourpowell. Sliding armrests could allow seats ...

  • Stadler Flirt3 EMU for E-Netz Allgäu services.
    News

    Industrial espionage concerns raised over third-party train maintenance contract

    2021-05-07T11:30:00Z

    GERMANY: Swiss rolling stock manufacturer Stadler has raised concerns about the potential for industrial espionage after Go-Ahead awarded the international subsidiary of Transmashholding a contract to maintain a fleet of electric multiple-units ordered for use on E-Netz Allgäu services in Bayern. Stadler is worried that ...

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    Go-Ahead receives Bayern operating licence

    2020-08-18T12:56:00Z

    GERMANY: Bayern’s Ministry for the Interior, Building Transport has granted the Go-Ahead Bayern subsidiary of the UK’s Go-Ahead Group a train operator’s licence. ‘A very important step has been taken’, said Go-Ahead Bayern Commercial Director Bastian Goßner on August 17. ‘We are on the ...

  • Impression of Stadler Flirt3 electric multiple-unit for use by Go-Ahead in Baden-Württemberg.
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    Baden-Württemberg seeks ‘interim arrangement’ with Go-Ahead

    2020-05-20T11:04:00Z

    GERMANY: The Transport Ministry in the Land of Baden-Württemberg has agreed with UK-based private operator Go-Ahead that assistance with running services on the 180 km Frankenbahn linking Stuttgart with Würzburg via Heilbronn should be sought temporarily from another company. Two diagrams on this route were allocated to ...