Topic : Alstom

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Alstom to supply 38 Citadis trams for German operator

Rail| June 20, 2018

Will also provide training, repair equipment and warranty services. The contract includes an option for 15 additional vehicles.

Alstom consortium to provide driverless light metro system for Montreal

Technology| April 13, 2018

Upon completion, REM will be one of the world's largest automated transport networks, connecting downtown Montreal to the South Shore, the North Shore, the West Island, and Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.

Rail| April 2, 2018

Alstom lands $114M order for 25 Coradia Lint trains

All the Coradia Lint DMUs will be manufactured in Salzgitter, Germany, at Alstom’s biggest production site, worldwide.

Rail| March 28, 2018

Italy's Trenatalia adding 54 more Alstom 'Pop' trains

Coradia Stream is an Electric Multiple Unit with maximum speed of approximately 99 mph in the regional version.

Technology| March 21, 2018

Alstom delivers Australia's first fully automated metro trains

The first three of 22 six-car trains have been delivered to the Sydney Metro Trains Facility at Rouse Hill and are being tested over the coming months.

Technology| March 7, 2018

Alstom acquires onboard Internet, infotainment co.

21net has developed an expertise in end-to-end network design and optimization for broadband Internet on high-speed trains.

Rail| February 28, 2018

First Alstom Citadis X05 LRV begins testing, commissioning in Sydney

The CBD and South East Light Rail is a new 7.4-mile light rail network for Sydney, currently under construction.

Sustainability| February 7, 2018

Alstom awarded for hydrogen fuel-cell train

Features include clean energy conversion, flexible energy storage in batteries, and smart management of traction power and available energy.

Sustainability| January 11, 2018

Alstom, partners testing 100% electric bus in France

Thanks to reduced maintenance and operating costs, and a longer service life than that of a bus, the cost of ownership of Aptis is equivalent to that of today's diesel buses, according to Alstom.

Rail| December 18, 2017

Alstom's signaling system equips Toronto subway extension

The commissioning of Urbalis 400 on TYSSE is one phase of the Line 1 Yonge-University signaling project that was conferred to Alstom by TTC in 2009 with a scope increase in 2015, and marks the first time that such an innovative radio-based CBTC system enters into commercial service on a metro line in Canada.

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