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December 18, 2013

Alstom delivers first of 11 Citadis trams to Dubai

Company is responsible for the design, integration and supply of this turnkey tramway project, which includes the supply of Citadis trams, track laying, signaling, communications systems, integrated operation control center, platform screen doors and ticketing system.


November 14, 2013

Alstom unveils first Citadis Compact tram in France

Developed to meet the mobility needs of intermediate-sized cities. Between 72 feet and 79 feet in length, the tram can accommodate some 130 passengers.


September 13, 2013

Alstom unveils UK's first Citadis tram

The delivery is part of NET phase 2, a project to expand Nottingham’s tramway network with the construction of two new lines totaling approximately 10 miles and 29 stations.


June 26, 2013

Alstom completes high-speed tram contract

The objectives of the partnership are to organize manufacturing, operation and maintenance of modern tramways by City Transport Group in Ukraine under license from TramRus.


September 15, 2009

Alstom to supply 52 tramsets to France

Tramset features include an integral low floor, air conditioning and a video surveillance system, as well as onboard visual and audio information.


September 2, 2009

Alstom to supply, maintain Irish light rail

The five-year contract is worth more than $42.9 million. Over the course of the contract, which will take effect on October 1, the network will increase by 50 percent as line extensions are put into service.


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