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Alstom has announced the delivery of the final Coradia Nordic EMU to its Swedish client Skånetrafiken. With the delivery of the final X61 “Pågatåg” to Swedish operator now owns a fleet of 99 units. Built by Alstom in Salzgitter, Germany, these trains form one of the largest uniform fleets in Sweden.
“. . . We now have 99 such trains and are thus well equipped to serve new customers and to expand our Pågatågen traffic,” – Linda Westman, Business Manager, Skånetrafiken
Main technical specs:
Various modifications (series X60, X61 and X62) of Alstom’s Coradia Nordic design are currently in use in Sweden. They are operated by Storstockholms Lokaltrafik, Skånetrafiken, Norrtåg, Västtrafik and Östgötatrafiken.
This article first appeared on railcolornews.com
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