April 3, 2013
The first phase of the $1.6 billion project connects with Terminal 4 — which handles 80% of Sky Harbor's passengers — and includes stops at an economy parking lot and a Metro light rail station.
November 28, 2012
Bombardier is a sub-contractor to ALEC and it will lead the project to design and supply all of the system-wide electrical and mechanical elements of the elevated APM system in a 24-month delivery program.
August 3, 2012
A fleet of 12 six-car Bombardier Innovia Monorail 100 trains originally served three airport terminals, three stations at remote parking lots and a rental car center via a dedicated, dual-lane elevated guideway. Since then, the system has been extended to the North East Corridor rail line, with the fleet expanding to 18 six-car trains.
May 16, 2012
System at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport first opened in September 1980. Since opening, the system has seen fleet expansions, extensions to the international concourse, two generations of replacement vehicles and numerous system upgrades.
May 15, 2012
Over 6 million passengers are expected to ride the train, manufactured by Bombardier Transportation, the first year; or, 16,000 a day.
October 10, 2011
The driverless transit system for the city's International Airport, includes two INNOVIA APM 100 vehicles, CITYFLO 650 automatic train control, power distribution system, communications equipment, station doors as well as operation and maintenance services.
September 1, 2011
City officials recently approved a 25-cent fare increase, the first since the 2.9-mile elevated light rail system opened in 1987, saying that reducing service is a better solution than shutting down the service completely.
May 31, 2011
Companies have worked together since 2000 when the order for the elevated dual-lane guideway APM system was placed. Known as Skylink, the 64-car APM system offers convenient passenger travel in either direction on the comfortable, climate controlled INNOVIA vehicles, connecting Terminals A, B, C, D and E.
May 16, 2011
People mover will serve as the backbone for the smooth transportation of passengers between terminal areas at KAIA. Completion of the system is scheduled for the start of 2014.
January 10, 2011
The entire elevated dual-lane system at George Bush Intercontinental serves four stations (Terminals A, B, C and D/E) and operates with a fleet of 16 Innovia APM 100 vehicles (formerly known as CX-100) and Bombardier Cityflo automatic train control technology.
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