From 2022, the trains will initially run on routes between the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and Munich via the high-speed Cologne-Rhine-Main line, increasing DB’s daily passenger capacity on these routes by 13,000 seats.
List view / Grid view
Deutsche Bahn News
Filter the results
DB has reported their key figures from the 2019 fiscal year, noting an increase in passenger numbers, record investment in infrastructure, but a decrease in profits.
Deutsche Bahn and Správa ?eleznic are among a range of representatives from Germany and the Czech Republic to sign the Dresden–Prague route agreement.
Deutsche Bahn's new trains, provided by Stadler, will operate on the Rostock–Berlin–Dresden intercity line as of 8 March 2020.
DB Cargo is starting the sustainable renewal of its shunting fleet.
The LuFV III programme will modernise and renew the infrastructure of the current rail network in Germany, including tracks, stations and signalling.
The codeshare agreement will help to provide a seamless connection to and from eight destinations in Germany for Qatar Airways passengers.
Requirements of the tender include the delivery and testing of the world's first 5G-based network for automated rail operation.
Dr Sigrid Nikutta will begin her tenure?as a member of the Management Board in January 2020, heading Deutsche Bahn's freight transport business.
The new €300 million contract includes the construction of 15 KISS trains and complete maintenance to ensure high availability.
The companies will work in co-operation and is a result of RAIL.ONE’s win of the DB Netz AG’s tender for the planning, construction and operation of the new plant.
Future traffic on Germany’s rails will be controlled by 280 digital signal boxes, continuing DB’s digitalisation drive and replacing decades-old interlockings.
A 12-week test programme has proven that the new commuter trains can withstand an extensive range of severe weather and temperature conditions.
The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) has elected a new management committee to oversee the development of the European railways and ensure the promotion of "sustainable mobility policies".
Advanced signalling technology is supporting Deutsche Bahn’s pioneering rail upgrade and digitalisation programme and keeping passengers moving during its North-South route renewal.