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The Government of New South Wales reached agreement with Northwest Rapid Transit (NRT) consortium today to extend the Sydney Metro trains, systems, operations and maintenance public-private partnership (PPP) contract.
Alstom has signed a contract with NRT to supply the rolling stock and signalling system for the next stage of Sydney Metro, Sydney Metro – City and Southwest. The project is an extension of the Metro North West Line which successfully opened to customers in May 2019.
Under the contract, valued at approx. €350 million, Alstom will be responsible for the project management, design, supply, manufacturing, testing and commissioning of 23 six-car fully-automated Metropolis trains and the Urbalis 400 Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) signalling system. The trains will be manufactured in Alstom’s manufacturing centre in Sri City, India which successfully delivered 22 Metropolis trains for the Metro North West Line. The contract also includes an option to purchase further trains if required.
This article first appeared on www.metrorailnews.in
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