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Thales’ SelTrac™ Communications Based Train Control system is bringing benefits to both urban transit operators and commuters. Read on.
Thales SelTrac™ Communications Based Train Control is vastly improving on-time performance, capacity and reliability on New York subways, of one of the world’s busiest urban rail lines.
Thales modernization of London’s Docklands Light Railway to improve journeys of 122 million passengers
Thales has signed two new contracts to support the Dockland’s Light Railway, as a result of a forecasted increased passenger demand on the network. The updates will improve the DLR’s exceptional operational performance, while maintaining the on time train reliability ra
The Egyptian Minister of transport, Kamel El Wazir and the President of the Egyptian National Railways (ENR) Ashraf Raslan, visited the progress of the works on the line of Cairo Alexandria and took a tour of the stations that will be put into service soon with Thales t
GySEV has awarded Thales a contract to modernise the train control system on the Sopron-Szombately-Szentgotthárd line (116 km).
For equipping the freight train bypass with modern signalling technology, ÖBB relies on Thales.
The MTA Genius Transit Challenge has named Thales as a winner in the Signaling category for its innovative onboard systems.
The owner of Slovenian railway infrastructure - DRSI (Slovenian Infrastructure Agency) awarded a contract to the consortium comprising Thales and GH Holding.
UK railway operators face a significant challenge when it comes to mainline signalling. Cable theft, equipment failures and replacements are just a few examples of the many costs that operators are presented with…
Today's main line signalling systems are based on interlockings, an overlay of ETCS Level 1 or Level 2 and a Traffic Management System. In our vision this system structure will evolve significantly.