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Alstom set to launch 2 key innovations at UITP 2015

Posted on April 28, 2015

Alstom will launch at UITP[1]  2015, being held in Milan, Italy, June 8-10, two major innovations in the field of urban transport: an integrated tramway solution and the extension of electrical power supply for trams as well as for other modes of transport.

RELATED: Alstom Citadis tram technology debuts in China

When visiting Alstom's booth, visitors will be able to learn more about Alstom's complete urban transport solutions to better address environmental and social issues related to urban mobility. Interactive presentations of Citadis and Metropolis will be made by Alstom experts and visitors will be able to simulate the creation of their own train. Alstom will also showcase a driving simulator for trams.

To find out more about all of these innovations and solutions, visit Alstom at booth 4G160, Hall 4 June, 8 to 10, 2015 and as of now on http://www.alstom.com/uitp2015/

[1] International Association of Public Transport

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