Stadler to Deliver Additional TRAMLINK Trams in Milan

Stadler has been awarded a contract to supply Azienda Trasporti Milanesi (ATM) with a new fleet of trams for the city of Milan, Italy.

Under this new framework agreement, Stadler will deliver up to 25 medium-capacity TRAMLINK trams and up to 25 high-capacity TRAMLINK trams.

Initially, ATM is ordering 14 high-capacity trams, to be delivered in June 2026.

Stadler's new TRAMLINK trams for Milan
Stadler’s new TRAMLINK trams for Milan

The medium-capacity TRAMLINK trams will be similar to the units ordered by ATM in 2020. They will each consist of three modules and will be around 25 meters long.

Meanwhile, the high-capacity versions will also be based on these previously ordered trams but will be 35 meters long, consisting of five modules.

The high-capacity trams will also be bi-directional and will feature four doors on each side to enable passengers to board and alight quickly.

Their bogies have been designed to ensure the trams can run smoothly even on tight bends, thus significantly reducing noise pollution for passengers and residents.

In addition, the TRAMLINK units will be equipped with an anti-collision system that can intervene when it detects a potential collision with pedestrians, motor vehicles or other obstacles.

Iñigo Parra, CEO of Stadler Valencia said:

“We are very proud that ATM has once again chosen Stadler trams to improve and expand public transport in Milan. Our vehicles set standards in terms of performance, reliability, safety, universal accessibility, comfort and state-of-the-art technology. We are convinced that they will also be a success here in Milan.”

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