View Results Loading Their entry into service on the A single Citadis tram can carry anywhere from to passengers and as such can be adapted for small and large cities alike. It will be equipped with extra-large seats and extra-wide screens for displaying passenger information. New technology enters the rail market The new tram will integrate completely original technologies, including permanent magnet motors for lower energy consumption, integration and maintenance, which promises to reduce lifecycle costs. Its power supply draws inspiration from APS, a ground-level power supply solution which has been sold to ten cities in 12 years, but at the same time it introduces a brand new charging system, known as SRS power supply technology.
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Mera Surplus units purchased from Metro LigeroMadrid in 6 and 3   . Another option is to use on-board batteries to store electrical power, allowing brief periods of catenary-free operation without the need to install special infrastructure.
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Alstom Citadis On the networks in France and in Sydney, the trams switch to conventional overhead wires in outer areas,  but the Dubai vehicles are the first to employ APS for its entire passenger length although they are still equipped with pantographs for use in the maintenance depot. The Citadis trams in Nice operate off a set of nickel metallic hydride batteries in two large open spaces where overhead wires would be an eyesore. The Citadis family includes both partial and fully low-floor trams and LRVs, in versions with three 20xfive 30xseven 40xand nine 50x sections.
The vehicle supply contract includes an option for additional vehicles.
To meet the growing need for mobility, STRS has decided to add 7 km of line to the existing 19 km and increase its existing fleet of 44 Citadis trams by ordering 22 additional trams from Alstom. Low flooring throughout the trams as well as 12 side doors facilitate passenger circulation and accessibility for all, in particular mobility-impaired passengers. Their design, customised for perfect integration into the architecture of the city, will be the same as that of the vehicles already in circulation. The Citadis trams will be designed and manufactured in La Rochelle, France. The other French sites involved in the project will be: Le Creusot for the bogies, Villeurbanne for the on-board electronic equipment and passenger information systems, Tarbes for the power modules and circuit-breaker boxes and Saint-Ouen for the design. And, in Italy, the Sesto site will supply the traction system.
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