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Bombardier Transportation has received two orders worth C$161 (€104 million) million to supply an automatic train control system to the Madrid Metro.
The contract includes supply, installation and maintenance along two transit lines totalling 40 kilometres of track passing 54 stations. It also includes onboard equipment for the 117 trains that will operate on the lines. The order is the first in Europe for Bombardier's Cityflo 450 technology, an automatic radio-based train control system which does not need track circuits and can readily be upgraded to driverless operation. The project is due to be completed in 29 months.
Source: Bombardier Transportation
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