November 20, 2013
Since it entered service, Citadis has continuously evolved to incorporate the latest technological innovations including the introduction of alternatives to overhead power lines.
June 4, 2013
The features include a 100% low floor design and the ability to operate at speeds of up to 65 mph.
May 9, 2011
Will provide a comprehensive service that includes a portion of the civil engineering, all the infrastructure (platform, rails, electrification, signaling, and ticketing), a workshop-depot and the central command post. Alstom also is supplying the fleet of 41 Citadis trainsets.
September 10, 2010
Trams feature platform-height floors, air conditioning, a CCTV system, and onboard audio and visual information. Each tramset will accommodate more than 380 passengers.
April 6, 2010
The contract, worth approximately $120 million, involves the maintenance of rolling stock and fixed installations and includes routine, preventive and corrective maintenance; technical support; management of spare-parts stocks for the Citadis tramsets and the implementation of a major maintenance program.
May 13, 2009
The contract, worth $159.4 million, consists of a firm order, worth $88.6 million, which includes design studies, building a scale 1 model and manufacturing the trainsets.
April 22, 2009
Trams feature a low floor to provide easy access for persons with reduced mobility, air conditioning, video surveillance, visual information displays and spoken announcements.
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