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Bombardier delivered the airport’s transit system, SFO AirTrain, and has been providing operations and maintenance services since it opened in 2003. The AirTrain fleet of 38 Innovia APM 100 vehicles serves nine stations along six miles of elevated guideway and connects the airport’s terminals, parking garages, rental car center and a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station.
Under the terms of a contract awarded in 2016, Bombardier is providing three additional Innovia APM 100 vehicles, a 2,000-foot guideway extension, a new station and a signaling upgrade.
“With this new contract, we will continue to provide San Francisco International Airport with the operations and maintenance services as well as the Innovia APM vehicles and signaling technology that bring safe and reliable service to the over 7 million passengers who ride the AirTrain system every year,” said Elliot G. (Lee) Sander, President, Americas Division, Bombardier Transportation. “We look forward to supporting the airport as it extends and modernizes the AirTrain system to meet its future mobility requirements.”
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