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The New South Wales government signed a contract for 117 multiple-unit cars to replace its entire regional train fleet on February 14.
The Momentum Trains consortium of CAF, Pacific Partnership and DIF Infrastructure V has been awarded an availability-based PPP contract to design, build, finance and maintain the new regional rail fleet, and build a new maintenance facility at Dubbo, 300 km northwest of Sydney.
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