Bombardier Transportation designed and supplied the electrical and mechanical systems for the Neihu Line – an extension of the existing Taipei Metro Line 1. The system commenced passenger service in 2009. Bombardier also retrofitted the automatic train control system for the existing part of the line and upgraded the existing control centre.
|Contract Type||E & M Turnkey - Electrical and Mechanical System Supply|
|System Length||25 km (15.5 mi.)|
|Number of Stations||24 (12 new Neihu line, 12 existing Muzha line)|
|Start of Revenue Service||2009|
|Fleet Size||202 INNOVIA APM 256 vehicles
101 existing Muzha vehicles