Topic : Citadis

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Tramways have significantly lower CO2 emissions than BRT, study says

Sustainability| November 4, 2016

The study concluded that over a 30-year lifetime, a tramway system emits about 50 percent of the CO2 as a BRT system operated with diesel buses, and about 30 percent less CO2 than a BRT system operated with hybrid buses.

Alstom delivers first cross-border Citadis tram between Strasbourg, Kehl

Rail| October 5, 2016

The first part of the order is for 12 trams, worth a total of $46 million.

Rail| June 7, 2016

Alstom's integrated tramway begins operation in Rio

The Rio network, the second 100% catenary-free tramway in the world, consists of three lines covering more than 17 miles, with 31 stations.

Rail| April 19, 2016

Alstom and Qatar Rail unveil the design of Lusail Citadis tram

The Citadis tram for Lusail is 108 feet long in single unit and can accommodate 207 passengers in “common” and “family” classes. It can be coupled to double its capacity.

Rail| April 12, 2016

Alstom signs a frame agreement to extend joint venture

Alstom, Entreprise Métro d'Alger, Ferrovial and Société Nationale des Transports Ferroviaires will extend Cital to include the assembly and maintenance of regional and intercity trains, in addition to its current focus on Citadis trams.

Rail| February 24, 2016

Alstom unveils tram design for Nice Côte d’Azur line

These hi-tech Citadis X05 trams will feature 40% more windows compared to the previous generation in circulation on Line 1 of the Metropole, LED lights, large individual seats and trip-related information displayed on extra-wide screens.

Rail| January 6, 2016

Alstom to supply 10 more French Citadis trams

Bordeaux has ordered 115 Citadis since the year 2000 and owns one of the largest tram fleets in France.

Rail| November 24, 2015

Alstom to supply Citadis trams to Lyon, France

The order, worth over $21 million, represents the exercise of an option on a contract signed in 2011.

Rail| October 23, 2015

Alstom’s tram factory in Brazil equipped with a test track

The test track — which is approximately a quarter-mile long — is powered via catenaries, enabling Citadis trams to run at speeds of 25 mph.

Government Issues| August 6, 2015

[Photos] Rio de Janeiro: Building up transport infrastructure for Olympic Games

Tour Rio de Janeiro's various transport infrastructure projects underway and services already launched in anticipation of the 2016 Olympic Games. Projects include bus rapid transit, expressway, light rail tram and cable car.

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