Thursday, 14 December 2017 08:09

Britain’s c2c franchise orders Aventra EMUs

BOMBARDIER has been awarded a £105m contract by rolling stock leasing company Porterbrook and British franchisee c2c for 60 Aventra EMU cars together with an eight-year maintenance contract.
NATIONAL Express Group has agreed in principle to sell its c2c rail franchise in Britain to Italian State Railways’ (FS) train operating subsidiary Trenitalia for around £70m, subject to approval…
C2C, the subsidiary of National Express responsible for operating the Essex Thameside commuter franchise, introduced the first two Bombardier class 387/3 Electrostar EMUs on services from London Fenchurch Street to…
BRITAIN's Department for Transport (DfT) has awarded a 15-year contract to operate the Essex Thameside franchise to the current operator of the route National Express.
BRITAIN's Department for Transport (DfT) has invited bids for the first two passenger rail franchises since the cancellation of the West Coast franchise in October 2012 following the discovery of…
ESSEX Thameside franchisee, c2c, which operates services from London Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness and the Essex Coast, is to upgrade ticketing systems at all of its stations outside of London…

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