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Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV), the public company that manages and operates the railway, metro and tram lines of Valencia region, has ordered 10 four-car trains for the Valencia metro from Alstom.
The order is worth £á60 million. Alstom's Valencia site will supply the trains, that are destined for service on the metro's Line 3 & 5. Delivery is scheduled to begin in 2006. The Valencia metropolitan railway network, which covers 133 kilometres, carried more than 51 million passengers in 2003. The current metro fleet includes 18 three-car trains supplied by Alstom in 1995, and in 2003, FGV ordered nine light rail vehicles for service on the Denia-Alicante line.
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