Topic : French Railways SNCF

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Bombardier to provide 9 more double-deck French trains

Rail| February 21, 2018

The order is valued at approximately $120 million, including price escalations based on best faith assessment of assumptions, and is an option contained in a 2010 contract for a maximum of 860 trains signed with SNCF on behalf of the regions.

Bombardier to supply 32 double-deck French trainsets

Rail| December 27, 2017

The order is the result of an agreement reached between the State and the Region to take over the management of three intercity lines or Trains d'Equibilibre du Territoire.

Rail| August 5, 2015

Alstom to supply trains to the Midi-Pyrénées region

The Régiolis trains have been fitted with specific equipment such as passenger counting systems, dedicated storage space for bicycles and luggage, and front-panel displays showing the destinations.

Rail| June 19, 2015

Alstom inaugurates the first Régiolis train for the Franche-Comté region

With a total seating capacity for 217 people, the vehicles offer increased comfort, with seats featuring individual reading lights and power sockets, dedicated storage space for bicycles and luggage as well as large windows and reduced noise levels.

Rail| May 7, 2015

France's SNCF orders 19 Bombardier EMU commuter trains

The order, entirely financed by Ile-de-France's transport authority Syndicat des transports d'Ile-de-France (STIF), is valued at approximately $141 million.

Management & Operations| May 22, 2014

French trains too wide to fit in some stations

Train operator SNCF and network owner RFF said about 1,300 of France's 8,700 railway platforms must be trimmed, at a cost of $69 million, to make way for the wider rolling stock.
Rail| September 25, 2013

Bombardier debuts new double-deck train

The new train, named Regio 2N by the French regions, is wider than conventional EMUs. It offers a new level of passenger comfort through more onboard space, maximum seating, large access platforms with two wide doors and quiet cars for long journeys.
Rail| February 25, 2010

Bombardier wins French double-deck train contract

The framework contract contemplates the design and manufacturing of 860 double-deck electrical multiple units for a total of approximately $11 billion. SNCF also signed a first firm order for 80 trains valued at approximately $1.1 billion.

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