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Alstom to extend Algeria's Constantine Tramway

Rail| July 30, 2015

Alstom, which will extend the tramway by 6 miles, will supply the integrated system, tracks, catenaries, telecommunications and signalling, substations and ticketing equipment.

Alstom delivers first Citadis tram to Rio de Janeiro

Rail| July 9, 2015

The vehicles will run on a 17-mile-long, which includes 37 stations, that will be partially opened in mid-2016 in time for the Olympic Games.

Rail| June 17, 2015

Dubai Tram System: Alstom's Innovative Rail Tech Takes Off

The six-mile tramway, featuring 11 vehicles and 11 air-conditioned stations, provides a key link to the fast-growing urban oasis in the United Arab Emirates.

Rail| June 10, 2015

Alstom's SRS catenary-free solution

Autonomy and energy efficiency are important criteria in urban transport. With continued focus on ensuring the proper architectural integration of trams into city centers, Alstom expanded its range of catenary-free solutions with SRS, a breakthrough ground-based power charging system for all types of tramways, including the non-Alstom built.

Rail| April 28, 2015

Alstom set to launch 2 key innovations at UITP 2015

Will showcase an integrated tramway solution and the extension of electrical power supply for trams as well as for other modes of transport.

Rail| April 9, 2015

Alstom Citadis tram technology debuts in China

The Songjiang district plans to build six tramway lines by 2020. The 30 Citadis trams will run on the two first lines, T1 and T2, that will cover a total distance of 31 kilometers and include 42 stations. These two lines are expected to be in operation by 2017 and transport 173,000 persons per day. In total, the city of Shanghai plans to build 800 km of tramway network by 2020[2].

Rail| April 8, 2015

Alstom to supply five extra Citadis trams to Bordeaux Métropole

The Citadis trams will offer optimal on-board journey quality, with a fully low floor, air conditioning, a video surveillance system, and audio and visual information. Up to 98% recyclable, Citadis contributes to the preservation of the environment.

Rail| March 25, 2015

[Photos] Dubai's Groundbreaking Catenary-Free Tram System

The Dubai tramway is the first tram in the world able to run in temperatures of up to 50 °C (122 °F) and to withstand harsh climate conditions. Equipped with Alstom's APS ground-level power supply, the system is also the first in the world to be catenary-free all along the line, enabling perfect integration of the tramway into the cityscape.

Rail| March 4, 2015

Alstom opens new Brazilian Citadis production line

The new production facility will serve the Brazilian market and, in a near future, the Latin America region where a number of new tramway projects are emerging. When fully operational, the facility will employ around 150 people.

Rail| January 30, 2015

Alstom Citadis Spirit light rail mock-up unveiled in Ottawa

lstom is supplying 34 Citadis Spirit vehicles and 30 years of maintenance services to the Rideau Transit Group that was selected to design, build, finance, and maintain phase 1 of the O-Train Confederation Line.

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