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L.A. Metro, railcar manufacturers discuss forging unique partnership

Rail| August 20, 2018

Some ideas discussed include locating a full-scale facility where passenger railcars could be designed, manufactured, and tested.

Alstom inaugurates first Citadis with new charging technology in Nice

Rail| July 2, 2018

Alstom has also commissioned its SRS ground-based static charging technology coupled with the Citadis Ecopack energy storage system.

Rail| June 4, 2018

Alstom Revamps LRVs to Meet Evolving Mobility Needs

The Citadis X05 features a wider gangway, larger panoramic windows, higher speed, and reduced maintenance costs.

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.

Rail| December 22, 2017

Bombardier, Metrolinx reach new light rail vehicle agreement

The agreement is for Bombardier Transportation to now manufacture 76 light rail vehicles for the Eglinton Crosstown project, 106 vehicles less than the original contract for 182 vehicles.

Rail| November 20, 2017

Sound Transit adding 5 more Brookville Equipment Corp. LRVs

The new cars will begin arriving in the third quarter of 2020 and complete delivery by the first quarter of 2021.

Technology| November 1, 2017

Sound Transit floating bridge tech for light rail wins award

Light rail vehicles will travel across the Homer M. Hadley Memorial Bridge over Lake Washington. It will be the first light rail line in the world to operate on a floating bridge.

Rail| August 1, 2017

Alstom delivers world's first Citadis X05 light rail vehicle to Sydney

The new model will also soon be rolled out soon in other cities including Nice and Avignon, France, and Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Rail| June 6, 2017

Alstom to modernize P2000 light rail fleet for LA Metro

The scope of the overhaul includes the upgrade of major systems such as propulsion, HVAC, automatic train control, auxiliary power supply, brake control, communications, and doors, as well as the LRV’s bogies.

Rail| May 1, 2017

Sound Transit adding 30 more Siemens light rail vehicles

The added vehicles, scheduled to arrive no later than 18 months after final delivery of a previous order placed last fall, will support the opening of Sound Transit’s Link extension projects to Federal Way and downtown Redmond in 2024.

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