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Topic: Tram

Urbos tram in Canberra, source: Canberra Metro

Australian capital inaugurates tram service

Australian capital city of Canberra has launched the first tram line. The 12-kilometre route with 13 stops connects the city centre with the northern district of Gungahlin. Canberra became the sixth city in Australia to...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
De Lijn Urbos tram for Antwerpen, source: De Lijn

CAF to deliver 23 Urbos trams to Antwerp

Flemish transport company De Lijn has called the third batch of Urbos 100 trams. The operator has ordered 23 low-floor vehicles for its Antwerp service within the 2017 deal. The deal is worth 44 million...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
Imperio tram, source: Imperio tram

Astra Vagoane will deliver 62 trams to Romanian cities

Romanian-based manufacturer Astra Vagoane Călători will deliver 62 Imperio low-floor trams to four country’s major cities – Oradea, Arad, Cluj-Napoca, and Galaţi. Moreover, Oradea and Arad have options for supplying additional units – 10 and...Read more
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Pesa Swing tram in Sofia, source: Wikipedia

Pesa to deliver more Swing trams to Sofia

Pesa has signed a contract with Sofia Public Electrical Transport Company, the tram and trolleybus operator in the capital of Bulgaria. The Polish rolling stock manufacturer will supply 13 low-floor trams of the Swing family...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
Vityaz self-driving tram, source: Cognitive Technologies

Russia tests its first self-driving tram

Russian companies PC Transport Systems and Cognitive Technologies are working together on the development of a fully autonomous tram for Russian and foreign markets. The two-month trials of the self-driving vehicle will start soon in...Read more
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Hyundai Rotem catenary-free tram, source: Wikipedia

Hyundai to deliver 213 trams to Warsaw

Tramwaje Warszawskie, the municipal operator of the tramway system in Warsaw, has chosen the supplier for the largest order in its history. The South Korean manufacturer Hyundai Rotem will supply 213 low-floor trams to the...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
Siemens S70 tram in Houston, source: Wikipedia

Siemens to deliver more trams to Texas

The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO) has ordered 14 low-floor trams for the light rail system in Houston, Texas. After finalising the deal, the number of S70 Siemens-made trams on the Houston streets...Read more
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ForCity Alpha tram in Prague, source: Wikipedia

Škoda finalises 250-tram supply to Prague

Škoda Transportation Group has delivered the 250th ForCity Alfa low-floor tram to Prague. The Czech manufacturer finalised the long-term order to Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) in 2005. The first tram of this type became...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko
Alstom Citadis tram in Casablanca, source: Wikipedia

Morocco launches Casablanca tram extension

The Casablanca tram network was extended with a second route – Line T2. The new line was inaugurated by the Moroccan King Mohammed on 23 January. The project worth 340 million Euros was completed in...Read more
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Tram in Brussels, source: Wikipedia

Brussels will build two new tram lines

The government of the Brussels-Capital Region has approved a decision to construct two new tram lines in the city. The new routes could be launched in five-six years. The proposal was offered by the region’s...Read more
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Songjiang tram, source: Keolis

Keolis opens its first tram line in China

Shanghai’s urban district of Songjiang now has a tram network. The first 13.9-kilometre section was opened on 26 December 2018. The line was constructed by the French-Chinese Shanghai Keolis joint venture. The next 31-kilometre section...Read more
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Coast tram in Belgium, source: Wikipedia

Flanders invests in upgrade tram infrastructure

The government of Belgium’s Flemish region will provide 295 million Euros to public transport operator De Lijn for upgrading its tramway infrastructure. This record amount will be allocated to the government-owned company in a five-year...Read more
|Comment|author: Mykola Zasiadko