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Quelle: Bombardier

18 trams for Wien

Global mobility solution provider Bombardier Transportation and Wiener Lokalbahnen have signed a contract to supply 18 FLEXITY trams to Vienna, including the FlexCare maintenance management system over 24 years. The contract is valued at approximately 94 million euro ($107 million US). It includes an option for an additional 16 vehicles and an additional eight years of servicing and maintenance.

The trams will be developed at Bombardier's global competence centre for trams and light rail vehicles in Vienna. The first vehicles are to be commissioned successively from 2021 and will replace the old TW100-type vehicles.

Passengers who depend on the connection between the outskirts of Vienna and the city centre can continue to enjoy Bombardier’s customary high quality, comfort, accessibility and modern equipment.

Bombardier's FlexCare maintenance system is easy to integrate into existing maintenance processes and allows customers to perform maintenance at their own facilities under the overall maintenance management responsibility of Bombardier. In addition to ensuring high availability and reliability, this maintenance management system also guarantees cost security over the entire term of the contract.

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