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  • AGC Regional Train - FranceFrance
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  • Bm71 (Gardermoen Airport Express) & Bm73 (Signatur/Agenda) - NorwayNorway
  • CITYFLO 250 - Porto, PortugalPortugalPorto
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  • CITYFLO 350 - Bucharest, RomaniaRomaniaBucharest
  • CITYFLO 550 - Frankfurt, GermanyGermanyFrankfurt
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  • CITYFLO 650 - Madrid, SpainSpain
  • CONTESSA Electric Multiple Unit - Denmark and SwedenDenmark, Sweden
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  • Diesel Multiple Unit TALENT Class 643.2 - GermanyGermany
  • Diesel Multiple Unit TALENT Class 93 - NorwayNorway
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  • FLEXITY – Berlin, GermanyGermanyBerlin
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  • FLEXITY 2 – Basel, SwitzerlandSwitzerlandBasel
  • FLEXITY 2 – Blackpool, United KingdomUnited KingdomBlackpool
  • FLEXITY 2 – Ghent and Antwerp, BelgiumBelgiumGhent, Antwerp
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  • FLEXITY Classic – Krakow, PolandPolandKraków
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  • FLEXITY Outlook – Valencia and Alicante, Spain SpainAlicante, Valencia
  • FLEXITY Outlook - Graz, AustriaAustriaGraz
  • FLEXITY Outlook Light Rail System – Porto, PortugalPortugalPorto
  • FLEXITY Swift – Frankfurt, GermanyGermanyFrankfurt
  • FLEXITY Swift – Karlsruhe, GermanyGermanyKarlsruhe
  • FLEXITY Swift – London-Croydon, United Kingdom United KingdomLondon, Croydon
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  • FLEXITY Swift – Rotterdam, NetherlandsNetherlandsRotterdam
  • FLEXITY Swift – Stockholm, Sweden SwedenStockholm
  • FLEXITY Swift k4000 – Cologne, GermanyGermanyCologne
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  • High speed Train ICE 3 - Germany & NetherlandsGermany, Netherlands
  • ICN Tilting Train - SwitzerlandSwitzerland
  • INNOVIA APM 100 – Barajas International Airport, Madrid, SpainSpainMadrid
  • INNOVIA APM 100 – Frankfurt Main Airport, GermanyGermanyFrankfurt
  • INNOVIA APM 100 – London Gatwick Airport, UKUnited KingdomLondon
  • INNOVIA APM 200 – London Heathrow Airport, UKUnited KingdomLondon
  • INNOVIA APM 300 – Munich, GermanyGermanyMunich
  • INTEFLO 200 - Milan Junction, ItalyItaly
  • INTERFLO 150 - LKAB, SwedenSwedenKiruna
  • INTERFLO 150 - Malmbanan, SwedenSweden, NorwayRiksgränsen, Boden
  • INTERFLO 150 - Repbäcken - Malung (Västerdalsbanan), SwedenSwedenRepbäcken
  • INTERFLO 200 & 250 - Oresund Link - Sweden, DenmarkSweden, Denmark
  • INTERFLO 200 - Albacete–La Encina, SpainSpain
  • INTERFLO 200 - Arlandabanan, SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 200 - Deutsche Bahn, GermanyGermany
  • INTERFLO 200 - East – West Corridor, LatviaLatvia
  • INTERFLO 200 - Kleipeda, LithuaniaLithuania
  • INTERFLO 200 - Mlawa - Montowo, PolandPoland
  • INTERFLO 200 - Szymankowo - Pruszcz Gdanski, PolandPoland
  • INTERFLO 200 - Warszawa - Skierniewice, PolandPoland
  • INTERFLO 200 - Wroclaw - Rawicz, PolandPoland
  • INTERFLO 200 Oresundsbanan total signalling - SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 250 ERTMS Level 1 - Villar de Chinchilla, SpainSpain
  • INTERFLO 450 & 250 - Trafikverket, SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 450 - Amsterdam-Utrecht, NetherlandsNetherlands
  • INTERFLO 450 - Botniabanan, SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 450 - Jernbaneverket, NorwayNorway
  • INTERFLO 450 ERTMS Level 2 - Botniabanan, SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 50 - SNCB/NMBS, BelgiumBelgium
  • INTERFLO 50 - Voestalpine/ LogServ/ CargoServ, AustriaAustriaVienna
  • INTERFLO 550 Regional passenger line operation - SwedenSweden
  • IORE - Sweden, Norway Norway, Sweden
  • ITINO Diesel Multiple Unit Germany, Sweden
  • Lötschberger RegioExpress - SwitzerlandSwitzerland
  • Light Rail System – Nottingham, UKUnited KingdomNottingham
  • Low-floor tram ­­Cobra - Zurich, SwitzerlandSwitzerlandZurich
  • MOVIA C30 Metro – Stockholm, SwedenSwedenStockholm
  • MOVIA Metro – Bucharest, RomaniaRomaniaBucharest
  • MOVIA metro – London, United KingdomUnited KingdomLondon
  • Metro – Helsinki, FinlandFinlandHelsinki
  • Metro – London, United KingdomUnited KingdomLondon
  • Metro – Munich, Germany GermanyMunich
  • Metro C20 – Stockholm, SwedenSwedenStockholm
  • Metro MF2000 – Paris, FranceFranceParis
  • Metro Series H – Berlin, Germany GermanyBerlin
  • Metro Series HK – Berlin, Germany GermanyBerlin
  • OMNEO Platform - France France
  • Passenger Coach I11 - BelgiumBelgium
  • REGINA Electric Multiple Unit - SwedenSweden
  • SPACIUM commuter train - Ile-de-France FranceParis
  • Single-deck Coaches - GermanyGermany
  • Sprinter Electric Multiple Unit - NetherlandsNetherlands
  • TALENT 2 Electric Multiple Units - GermanyGermany
  • TRAXX - Deutsche Bahn, GermanyGermany
  • TRAXX F140 AC / Re 482 - SBB Cargo, SwitzerlandGermany, Switzerland
  • TRAXX F140 AC / Re 485 - BLS Cargo, SwitzerlandGermany, Switzerland
  • TRAXX F140 MS / Re 484 - SBB Cargo, SwitzerlandGermany, Italy, Switzerland
  • TRAXX F140 MS / Re 486 - BLS Cargo, SwitzerlandAustria, Germany, Italy, Switzerland
  • TRAXX F140 MS - Dutch National Railways, NetherlandsNetherlands
  • TRAXX F140 MS - METRANS, CzechiaCzech Republic
  • TRAXX MS AC – Railpool, GermanyGermany
  • TRAXX-P160-DE-ME-DB-Regio-GermanyGermany
  • TRAXX-P160-DE-ME-Paribus-DIF, GermanyGermany
  • TURBOSTAR- United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • TWINDEXX Express Double-deck Trains, SwitzerlandSwitzerland
  • V300ZEFIRO - ItalyItaly
  • X2000- SwedenSweden

CITYFLO 650 - Neihu LINE, Taiwan

The Neihu Line is an extension of the existing Muzha Line, in Taipei, Taiwan. This unique, large-scale project involved the design and supply of the 15-km Neihu Line and fleet of 202 vehicles, as well as the simultaneous retrofit of the Muzha Line. Ultimately, the new and existing vehicles, operating as married pairs, will run compatibly on both lines.

Under contract to Kung Sung Engineering Corporation (KSECO) Bombardier was responsible for the design and supply of all of the electrical and mechanical systems for the 12-station Neihu Line, as well as the trackwork conceptual design. The electrical and mechanical supply included CITYFLO 650 automatic train control (ATC) technology, power supply and communications systems, platform screen doors, equipment for the new operations control centre and workshop, and 202 rubber-tired vehicles.

The scope of work on the Muzha Line involved replacing the existing train control with Bombardier's CITYFLO 650 ATC, retrofitting the communications system in the existing 12 stations, and equipping a new OCC.

For the overall electrical and mechanical project, Bombardier provided project management, systems engineering and integration, test and commissioning, and training for the operations staff of Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (TRTC). Tangeng Advanced Vehicle, a local Taiwanese company, performed the final assembly of 114 of the 202 vehicles in Taiwan.

The complete 25-km system provides passengers with quick and easy connections to various commercial and residential areas, as well as entertainment facilities such as the famed Taipei Zoo and the new Convention Complex at Nangang Business Park.