Siemens Mobility, Inc., global manufacturer of rail transportation vehicles and control systems, will build a major advanced manufacturing and rail services center in Davidson County, creating 506 jobs. The company will invest $220 million in Lexington, creating a new carbon neutral facility that will serve the company’s East Coast markets. Siemens Mobility’s advanced manufacturing center in North Carolina will involve multiple buildings on the 200-acre site, which will also feature more than 11,000 feet of rail track. The company will manufacture passenger rail vehicles at the Lexington facility, allowing it to better serve its East Coast customers while meeting growing demand for its products. Wages will vary depending on the position; the average salary for the new positions will be $51,568. The current average wage in Davidson County is $49,956.