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Alstom-Bombardier consortium wins Spanish signaling contract

Posted on February 16, 2016

An Alstom-Bombardier consortium won a contract to supply ERTMS signaling systems and 20 years of maintenance services for a suburban line linking L’Hospitalet de Llobregat and Mataró in the area of Barcelona, Spain.

The project, awarded by Spain’s Administrator of Railway Infrastructure (ADIF) has a total value of approximately $81 million. Alstom’s share is valued at approximately $42.8 million while Bombardier’s share is approximately $38 million.

The Alstom-led consortium will deliver the design, procurement, installation, testing and commissioning of the signaling communication systems. Alstom will implement its proven, radio-based Atlas 200 ERTMS Level 2 solution for the entire line. Bombardier is responsible for the electronic interlocking system with its Bombardier* EBI* Lock 950 computer-based solution.

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