Alstom Delivers New T1 Tram to Île-de-France

Alstom has delivered the first new TW20 tram for the T1 tramway line in Île-de-France.

The T1 tramway connects Asnières-sur-Seine to Noisy-le-Sec and will soon be served by new vehicles.

The first of these has been delivered to the Villetaneuse depot from Alstom’s facility in La Rochelle. It is now scheduled to begin a series of tests prior to entering passenger service.

The new T1 tramway arrives in Île-de-France
The new T1 tramway arrives in Île-de-France

The TW20 model will gradually replace the existing trams operating on the T1 line, the oldest tramway in Île-de-France.

These vehicles offer a 15 percent capacity increase compared to the current trams and are fully accessible, with 6 double, wide doors per train.

The new trams are also 100 percent air-conditioned and are equipped with 20 passenger information screens and 32 USB ports per vehicle.

In addition, the vehicles are made from materials that are 95 percent recyclable and 99 percent reusable.

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