Stadler to Supply 16 TRAMLINK Trams in Alicante and Valencia

Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV) has contracted Stadler to supply 16 TRAMLINK low-floor trams for use in Alicante and Valencia, Spain.

This order is valued at 84.3 million EUR and also includes an option for up to 12 additional vehicles to be supplied in two batches of six.

Stadler Alicante Valencia
Stadler will supply 16 new trams in Alicante and Valencia

The new 4500 series trams will be designed and manufactured at Stadler’s plant in Albuixech and delivered to FCV within 32 months.

They will then be incorporated into the Metrovalencia and TRAM d’Alacant fleets to operate on planned expansion projects within the two cities.

Iñigo Parra, CEO at Stadler Valencia, said:

“We are very proud that FGV, strongly committed to green and sustainable mobility, has chosen our TRAMLINKs for its expansion projects in Alicante and Valencia. The highly innovative tram family set trends in terms of performance, universal accessibility, comfort and safety”

The new fully-accessible trams will provide greater capacity on FGV services while enabling efficient passenger boarding and alighting procedures thanks to their spacious layout.

They will also feature modern passenger information and video surveillance systems, as well as an effective air conditioning system to help optimise the travel experience and contribute to increasing the use of public transport.

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