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  • TRAXX F140 AC / Re 485 - BLS Cargo, SwitzerlandGermany, Switzerland
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Light Rail System – Nottingham, UK

Bombardier Transportation, as a member of the Arrow Light Rail Ltd. Concession Company, was responsible for the design, build, operation and maintenance of the Nottingham Express Transit (NET) Line 1 light rail system that opened in 2004. The system was an instant success, exceeding expectations with higher than predicted ridership (10 million/year) and very high customer satisfaction. NE T Line 1 is considered to be one of the UK’s most innovative Private Finance Initiative (PFI) funded projects.

Project summary:

  • The 14 km turnkey tram system connects 23 stations
  • Fifteen 100% low-floor, bi-directional vehicles are comprised of five modules
  • The vehicles are capable of carrying 193 passengers at speeds reaching 80 km/h
  • Bombardier scope included all of the electrical and mechanical equipment, vehicles and services related to the implementation of the system; depot maintenance equipment and the CITYFLO 150 signalling and system control
  • Bombardier provided seven years of operations and maintenance services

 

Contract Type Full Turnkey
System Length 14 km (8.7 mi.)
Number of Stations 23
Start of Revenue Service 2004
Fleet Size 15 Low-Floor Trams
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