|LR Applrg Health Report Alzheimers Sept 2016||Further pollution consequences||Light Rail|
|Industry Bombardier Vienna Dec 2014||AUSTRIA: On December 1 2014 public transport operator Wiener Linien announced that it had selected Bombardier Transportation for a €562m contract to supply up to 156 low-floor trams, which will replace its high-floor E2 tram-and-trailer sets. Wiener Linien says that it will also be signing a maintenance agreement, under which its staff will maintain the new fleet ‘on behalf of and at the risk of the manufacturer’.||Light Rail|
|Industry - Parry People Mover||So, you have a marvellous idea for a new form of light rail. You have attracted investors, raised the capital and built a prototype (or several). Your product is highly versatile and can be supplied in ‘railway’ or ‘tramway’ form. In each case you could be talking about existing infrastructure or a new route. What’s more, there are several forms of existing infrastructure – for example, the ‘railway’ form of your vehicle could operate on parts of the national network or on independent railways, including heritage lines that have the potential to act as public transport corridors.||Light Rail|
|Industry - Solaris Tramino Trams||TOMORROW’s MOBILITY TODAY: TRAMS BY SOLARIS - Tramino - The increasing need for mobility requires a strong commitment to high performing public transport now and in future. Solaris, one of the leading European bus manufacturers, has applied the successful concept of the Urbino bus family - solid quality, ambitious design and high comfort - to urban rail.||Light Rail|
|Industry - Bombardier - Railway Gazette - Gold Coast||Bombardier Flexity comes to the Gold Coast Australia.||Light Rail|
|Industry - Bombardier - Tramway & Urban Transit||Bombardier: Flexity 2 Just over 32m longand 2.65m wide with 100% low floor||Light Rail|
|Industry - Bombardier - Rail Engineer||World launch for Flexity 2 at Blackpool||Light Rail|
|Industry - Bombardier - Transport Times||Is the green light for Trams really on?||Light Rail|
|Industry - Siemens Sicat Overhead||The Siemens Sicat LA type overhead contact line was developed by Siemens AG for use in the speed range from 80 to 160 km/h. The Sicat LA overhead contact line is therefore suitable for connecting- and branch lines. TramTrains equipped with single pantograph can use the Sicat LA overhead contact line for travelling at speeds up to 160 km/h.||Light Rail|
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