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Alstom Citadis
The Citadis is a family of low-floor trams (streetcars) and light rail vehicles built by Alstom. As of 2017[update], over 2,300 Citadis trams have been sold and 1,800 tramways are in revenue service throughout the world, with operations in all six inhabited continents.[1] An evolution of Alstom's earlier TFS vehicle, most Citadis vehicles are made in Alstom's factories in La Rochelle, Reichshoffen
Reichshoffen
and Valenciennes, France, and in Barcelona, Spain, and Annaba, Algeria.[2] Competitors to the Citadis urban tramway include Bombardier Flexity models ( Flexity
Flexity
Classic, Flexity
Flexity
Outlook and Flexity
Flexity
2); the Siemens Combino
Combino
and Avenio, CAF Urbos; AnsaldoBreda
AnsaldoBreda
Sirio; tramcars from Škoda Transportation
Škoda Transportation
and TMK 2200
TMK 2200
from Crotram
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AnsaldoBreda
Hitachi
Hitachi
Rail Italy
Italy
S.p.A. (HRI) is a rail transport engineering company based in Italy
Italy
whose main products are designing and manufacturing of railway and mass transit vehicles
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Konstal
Konstal is a Polish tram builder. They made several types of trams, amongst others:Konstal 105Na Konstal 105N Konstal 105NWr Konstal 805NmSee also[edit]PCC streetcarThis Polish corporation or company article is a stub
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Trams In Moscow
The Moscow
Moscow
tramway network, which is divided into two sub-networks, is a key element of the public transport system in Moscow, the capital city of Russia. Opened in 1872, it has been operated since 1958 by Mosgortrans, a state-owned company.[4]Contents1 Overview 2 History of the network 3 List of routes 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksOverview[edit] The two sub-networks had a combined total route length of 181 km (112 mi), making the whole network the fourth largest in the world, after the networks in Melbourne, St. Petersburg and Berlin.[5]The tram is historically the second type of urban passenger transport in Moscow, the successor of the Konka (horse-driven tram). However, the presence in Moscow
Moscow
by the beginning of the 20th century horse-railways hindered the development of tram lines. For the laying of tram lines, it was necessary first to free the roads from horse tracks
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Trams In Saint-Petersburg
Trams in Saint Petersburg are a major mode of public transit in the city of Saint Petersburg, Russia. Saint Petersburg once had the largest tram network in the world, consisting of about 340 kilometres (210 mi) of unduplicated track in the late 1980s. However, since 1995 the tramway network has declined sharply in size as major portions of track were removed, particularly in the city centre. Saint Petersburg lost its record to Melbourne, Australia.[1] While it still had 285 kilometres (177 mi) of length in 2002, by early 2007 the tram network's had declined to just over 220 kilometres (140 mi), and by the 2010s operated on just 205.5 kilometres (127.7 mi) of network.[2] The system is operated by Gorelektrotrans (Russian: Горэлектротранс), a municipal organization that operates St
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CROTRAM
Crotram is a Croatian consortium of two companies, which produces the first Croatian low-floor tram (the TMK 2100 and the TMK 2200). It consists of Končar Elektroindustrija d.d. and TŽV Gredelj d.o.o., both from Zagreb. Although theoretically both companies are of the same importance in the consortium, Gredelj produces only 13% of the worth of the tram, producing only bodies for the vehicle, and Končar made general projects for the tram, electrics, electronics, and final assembly. Initially, Đuro Đaković factory was also the part of the consortium, but they have eventually left it soon after the project started, and the development and production of hydraulics and bogie mechanics was transferred to German companies SAMES Hydro-Systemtechnik GmbH & Co
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TMK 2200
Crotram is a Croatian consortium of two companies, which produces the first Croatian low-floor tram (the TMK 2100
TMK 2100
and the TMK 2200). It consists of Končar Elektroindustrija d.d. and TŽV Gredelj
TŽV Gredelj
d.o.o., both from Zagreb. Although theoretically both companies are of the same importance in the consortium, Gredelj produces only 13% of the worth of the tram, producing only bodies for the vehicle, and Končar made general projects for the tram, electrics, electronics, and final assembly. Initially, Đuro Đaković factory was also the part of the consortium, but they have eventually left it soon after the project started, and the development and production of hydraulics and bogie mechanics was transferred to German companies SAMES Hydro-Systemtechnik GmbH & Co
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Škoda Transportation
Škoda Transportation
Škoda Transportation
a.s. is a Czech engineering company headquartered in Plzeň, Czech Republic. Its operations are in the area of transport engineering, manufacture of rail vehicles for urban and railway modes of transport, traction motors and drives for transport systems in the tradition of Škoda manufacturing plants. It has a strong footprint in the local and international market.Contents1 History 2 Products 3 Škoda Transportation
Škoda Transportation
holding 4 Other activities 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The company was incorporated on 1 March 1995 as Škoda Dopravní Technika s. r
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List Of Škoda Transportation Products
Transport or transportation is the movement of humans, animals and goods from one location to another. Modes of transport include air, land (rail and road), water, cable, pipeline and space. The field can be divided into infrastructure, vehicles and operations. Transport is important because it enables trade between people, which is essential for the development of civilizations. Transport infrastructure consists of the fixed installations including roads, railways, airways, waterways, canals and pipelines and terminals such as airports, railway stations, bus stations, warehouses, trucking terminals, refueling depots (including fueling docks and fuel stations) and seaports
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Kinki Sharyo
The Kinki Sharyo
Kinki Sharyo
Co., Ltd. (近畿車輛株式会社, Kinki Sharyō Kabushiki-gaisha) (TYO: 7122) is a Japanese manufacturer of railroad vehicles base in Osaka. It is an affiliate company of Kintetsu Corporation. In business since 1920 (as Tanaka Rolling Stock Works) and renamed The Kinki Sharyo
Kinki Sharyo
Co., Ltd in 1945
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Luas
Luas
Luas
(Irish pronunciation: [ˈl̪ˠuəsˠ]; Irish for "speed") is a tram/light rail system in Dublin, Ireland, which in 2017 carried 37.6 million passengers,[2] an increase in 10% compared to 2016.[1][3] There are two main lines: The Green Line, which began operating on 30 June 2004, and the Red Line which opened on 26 September 2004. Since then, both lines have been extended and split into different branches. The system now has fifty-four stations and 36.5 kilometres (22.7 mi) of revenue track.[1] Luas
Luas
is operated by Transdev, under tender from Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII). It was a major part of the National Transport Authority's strategy (2000–2016).[4] Three extensions to the existing Luas
Luas
lines have been completed
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Urbos
Urbos
Urbos
is a family of trams, streetcars, and light rail vehicles built by CAF. The Basque manufacturer CAF previously manufactured locomotives, passenger cars, regional, and underground trains. In 1993, CAF started building trams for Seville Metro, with the delivery of 16 trams through 1999. This was a variant of a Siemens
Siemens
design and some components were delivered by Siemens, including bogies and traction motors. This design was also sold to Lisbon Trams in 1995; CAF then decided to design and build the Urbos
Urbos
in-house. There are three generations of Urbos, known as Urbos
Urbos
1, Urbos
Urbos
2, and Urbos
Urbos
3. The first generation was ordered by the Bilbao
Bilbao
tram operator, who received six trams between 2004 and 2006
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Construcciones Y Auxiliar De Ferrocarriles
Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles
Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles
(Grupo CAF) (literally "Construction & Other Railway Services") is a Spanish publicly-listed company which manufactures railway vehicles and equipment. It is based in Beasain in the Basque Country
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Avenio
Avenio is a low floor tram family produced by Siemens Transportation Systems.[1] It is the successor to the Combino family. The first generation was sold as the Combino Supra /ˈsuːprə/, Combino MkII, or Combino Plus. With the introduction of the second generation in 2009 the Combino brand was dropped and Siemens have referred to Combino Plus trams in Almada (Portugal) and Budapest (Hungary) as part of the Avenio range.[2] The Avenio is made of stainless steel instead of light materials, and is manufactured at a new assembly line in Vienna
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Combino
The Combino
Combino
is a low-floor tram produced by Siemens Mobility (formerly DUEWAG). The first prototype was produced in 1996 at the Duewag works in Düsseldorf; the trams are now made in Krefeld-Uerdingen. Due to its modular design using standardised components, and the resulting reduced costs, the Combino
Combino
was for a time one of the most successful tram types. They were sold to 12 jurisdictions and a further development was sold to two others. In 2007, a new generation of Combinos was sold to Bern
Bern
and was known as the Combino
Combino
XL. This was an updated version of the original design and was intended to correct defects in the original design. Subsequently, the model was again renamed and is now known as the Avenio
Avenio
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Siemens Mobility
Siemens
Siemens
Mobility is a division of the German conglomerate Siemens. Prior to the corporate restructuring of Siemens
Siemens
AG (effective from 1 January 2008)
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