Archive for category: Light Rail

Nice orders extra Citadis trams and charging equipment

Six more Citadis X05 trams have been ordered for the Nice Côte d'Azur Metropole area.
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Duisburg orders Flexity trams

Duisburg's public transport operator (DVG) has ordered 47 Flexity trams from Bombardier.
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Free travel until February on Luxembourg’s new tramway

Luxembourg's new light rail network, Luxtram, has commissioned the first new section of tramway.
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Dublin opens new 5.9km light rail extension

The Luas Cross City line features 13 new stops and extends the Green line to the Red line. 
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Civil works awarded for Cuenca tram system

The ACTN Consortium has been appointed to complete the civil works for the Cuenca tram, Ecuador. 
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Alstom to develop light rail systems in Iraq

Alstom has agreed to help the Iraqi government develop light rail systems in Baghdad and Basra. 
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Ground broken on Foothill Gold Line extension

Officials in Southern California have broken ground on a $1.5 billion extension of the Foothill Gold Line between Glendora and Montclair.
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Midland Metro’s original tram fleet is up for sale

Transport for West Midlands is set to auction the Midland Metro's original fleet of trams in the UK.
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Government approval for extension of Blackpool’s tramway

Blackpool's light rail system is set for a £21.4 million extension - just five years after the historic tramway underwent a £100 million upgrade.
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Consortia shortlisted to build and operate Parramatta Light Rail

The government of New South Wales has shortlisted five consortia to build and operate Stage 1 of the Parramatta Light Rail project.
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First Siemens LRV enters revenue service in San Francisco

San Francisco's Municipal Transportation Agency's first Siemens-built light rail vehicle has entered revenue service. 
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