Alstom to Build Infrastructure for Florence Tramway Line 4

The Municipality of Florence has selected Alstom to construct the Florence tramway Line 4 in Italy.

This contract is valued at 50 million EUR and covers the tramway between Le Piagge station and Campi Bisenzio, which will serve 24 stops. Alstom will be responsible for the track, catenary, substations and lighting system across this section (Line 4.2).

Alstom will be responsible for the track, catenary, substations and lighting system for over 11 kilometers
Alstom will provide the track, catenary, substations and lighting for over 11 kilometres of tramway

In addition, the contract also includes an option for a second lot (Line 4.1), which will connect Line 4.2 to the city centre, with 13 additional stops. This second lot is valued at 49 million EUR.

Michele Viale, Manager of Alstom in Italy and President and CEO of Alstom Ferroviaria said:

“We are delighted to be able to contribute to intensifying Florence's transport system with the construction of more than 11 kilometres of tramway line in addition to what has already been achieved for Line 2.”

This project is being funded by Italy’s National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP).

The works will be delivered by Alstom’s System & Infrastructure team in Rome, while the components for the electric traction will be supplied by the Alstom site in Valmadrera, Lecco.

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