EUROPE: Alstom has announced contracts to supply ETCS onboard equipment to Belgium’s SNCB and Deutsche Bahn in Germany. The SNCB contract is worth €70m and covers the design, supply and maintenance for 10 years of Atlas 200 ETCS Level 2 onboard equipment for 449 trains of five types. Installation is to be undertaken by SNCB from 2016.Alstom is currently deploying Atlas 200 in Denmark, Germany, Austria and Australia, with its order from SNCB being the fifth for ETCS Level 2 equipment compliant with Baseline 3 specifications. Meanwhile, DB has awarded Alstom a €23m contract to equip 40 ICE1 high speed trainsets, including six years of software maintenance. There is an option to equip a further 19 trainsets. The ICE1 trainsets will operate on the high speed line between Berlin, Leipzig/Halle, Nürnberg and München from December 2017, with some running to Basel under ETCS Level 1 limited supervision.
La Roma acelera por el fichaje de Mahrez Roma could be Riyad Mahrez’s destination after he asked Leicester to let him leave. He was contacted by representatives of the Italian club to find out his disposition regarding a move to the country’s capital. According to Premium Sport, Roma have agreed a deal with Leicester for the winger. He travelled to Austria for the club’s pre-season tour under Craig Shakespeare, who said that Mahrez “has a contract and should behave like a professional”. Jordi Blanco In Italy they say Monchi believes he is the ideal replacement for Mohamed Salah, who left for Liverpool for 42 million euros. Leicester want 50 million pounds for Mahrez, a number that for now has stopped Arsenal’s interest in him. 15/07/2017 Upd. on 16/07/2017 at 04:01 CEST IN SPORT.ES Roma will pay 50 million, but in Euros, leaving the number 7 million euros short of what Leicester want for him. The Foxes have signed Vicente Iborra from Sevilla and Maguire from Hull City.
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