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  1. Le géant industriel français a démenti formellement lundi envisager une alliance stratégique avec le groupe britannique. Pour en lire plus...
  2. Alstom pourrait fabriquer une partie essentielle des voitures du métro de Montréal à Sorel-Tracy. Il s'agirait des bogies, soit les chariots à deux essieux sur lesquels sont posées les caisses des voitures. Pour en lire plus...
  3. Alstom Hydro, une filiale du groupe d'ingénierie français Alstom, a annoncé avoir racheté le fournisseur de services pour les centrales hydroélectrique de Granby. Pour en lire plus...
  4. [video=youtube;WH-3FsmU6KQ] At Amtrak we know the future of the Northeast Corridor (NEC) depends on the investments we make today, which is why we are excited to announce the upcoming arrival of the next-generation of high-speed rail. The new trainsets will replace the current Acela Express equipment and begin service in 2021. As part of this multi-faceted modernization program, Amtrak is also investing in the infrastructure needed to improve your customer experience onboard the train and in major NEC stations including Washington Union Station and Moynihan Station New York. This investment will expand and modernize the Acela Express service you’ve come to expect, while adding the amenities and ride quality of international high-speed train services. This next-generation of Acela Express will give you a more comfortable and productive travel experience throughout your entire journey. Just a few of the new amenities include: Approximately one-third more passenger seating, while preserving the spacious, high-end comfort found onboard today Modern interior design Improved Wi-Fi access and quality Personal outlets, USB ports and adjustable reading lights at every seat Enhanced food service options Exceed the ADA minimum accessibility requirements By adding 40-percent more trainsets than the current Acela Express fleet, we are providing you with more travel options. Upon delivery of the new trainsets, Acela Express service will be offered every half-hour between Washington, D.C. and New York City during peak times, and every hour between New York City and Boston throughout the day. This expanded fleet will give you more departure options during peak travel times. The new trainsets are among the safest, most reliable and energy efficient in the world. They have a 35-year track record of transporting billions of customers to their destinations safely. In reliability, we anticipate the new trainsets will be at least eight times more reliable than the equipment it replaces, ensuring that we will get you where you need to go on time, every time. Finally, the new trainsets will reduce operating energy consumption by at least 20 percent, through a combination of minimal aerodynamic drag and lightweight design. This is the most significant investment Amtrak has made in its infrastructure and technology in the 45 years of providing passenger rail service to the American public and it was important to us that these trainsets be “Made in America” as much as possible. For this project, we are pleased to be partnering with Alstom, a leading global provider of innovative systems and equipment in the railway sector. Alstom will be building these new trainsets in New York State, with 95 percent of the trainset’s components being made in America, and parts coming from more than 350 suppliers in over 30 U.S. states. We look forward to having you join us on this journey as we work to revolutionize high-speed passenger rail in the country, support the American economy and continue to provide you with a reliable, smooth and efficient ride as you travel throughout the Northeast. Continue to check back here for more details on the progress of next-generation high-speed rail on the Northeast Corridor. Amtrak’s Next-Generation of High-Speed Trains - blog.amtrak.com
  5. Entrevue avec le président de la société française Train haute vitesse : Alstom rêve de relier Montréal à Boston 19 mars 2009 - 17h11 Katia Germain ARGENT Le président d'Alstom Canada et Alstom USA, Pierre Gauthier, a un rêve qu'il chérit avec d'autres : un train à haute vitesse reliant Montréal à Boston, New York et Washington. «Dans un document du National Geographic, la liaison Montreal-Boston apparaît! Je me dis, ce n'est pas impossible de la concrétiser si on en a la volonté... Nous sommes les leaders à ce chapitre. Je rêve peut-être, mais ça nous ferait un grand plaisir de participer à ce projet!», a-t-il souligné. Le président d'Alstom prononçait, jeudi, une allocution devant le Conseil des relations internationales de Montréal. L'Agence ferroviaire fédérale américaine étudie présentement la possibilité de faire circuler un train à haute vitesse dans le corridor Montréal-Boston. Selon Transports Québec, les résultats seront divulgués au printemps 2010. Des projets en vue à Montréal En parallèle, Alstom se montre intéressée par plusieurs projets actuellement caressés par Montréal. «Montréal a un plan de développement et de modernisation de son réseau de transport en commun ambitieux. Alstom pourrait contribuer à de nombreux chantiers qui pourraient être lancés par la métropole», a lancé M. Gauthier. La construction d'un futur réseau de tramway, une navette ferroviaire entre le centre-ville et l'aéroport Montréal-Trudeau ainsi qu'un train rapide Montréal-Windsor comptent parmi les projets qui suscitent l'intérêt de la société française.
  6. La hausse des prix parce que cela pousse la demande vers le transport ferroviaire par rapport à l'avion et à la voiture. Pour en lire plus...
  7. Des perquisitions ont eu lieu dans plusieurs cantons suisses en raison de la présomption de corruption et de blanchiment d'argent. Pour en lire plus...
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