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PROJECTS

  • Light Rail Vehicles for Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

    Client: Metro Transit
    Rail Vehicles: BOMBARDIER FLEXITY Swift
    Metro Transit, the regional transit system serving the Twin Cities area, operates the Hiawatha Light Rail Line with a fleet of 27 light rail vehicles. The Hiawatha Light Rail Line is the first light rail transit line in Minnesota and has been in revenue operation since 2004.
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  • Metro for New York, New York

    Client: MTA New York City Transit
    Rail Vehicles: 1,030 R142 stainless steel, rapid transit cars
    The 1,030 R142 stainless steel, rapid transit cars serving New York City Transit represent one of the largest rail manufacturing projects ever carried out in North America. This transit system keeps New York moving 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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  • Metro for Chicago, Illinois

    Client: Chicago Transit Authority
    Rail Vehicles: 406 5000 Series rail cars
    Bombardier is supplying 406 new 5000 Series rail cars to the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA). CTA operates the second largest public transportation system in the United States, covering the City of Chicago and 40 surrounding suburbs.
    These next-generation rail cars will be the first in the CTA’s fleet to utilize alternating current (AC) propulsion and will be equipped with an active suspension system to ensure that the car floor is level with the station platform during boarding. This allows passengers to board more easily.
  • Commuter and Regional Trains for New York, New York

    Client: MTA Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad
    Rail Vehicles: 1,172 M-7 Electric Multiple Units (EMUs)
    1,172 M-7 Electric Multiple Units (EMUs) are serving the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) of New York’s two commuter railroads – the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad, the two largest commuter railroads in the United States.
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  • High Speed Trains for Amtrak

    Client: Amtrak
    Rail Vehicles: Acela Express
    The fastest trains in the Western Hemisphere, the Acela Express trains operate at speeds up to 150 mph along the Northeast Corridor between Washington, D.C., New York and Boston. Built in the United States, the fleet of 20 Acela Express trains has transported more than 21 million passengers since entering revenue service in 2000.
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  • Locomotives for NJ TRANSIT

    Client: NJ TRANSIT
    Rail Vehicles: ALP-46 multipurpose electric locomotives
    Bombardier is supplying 36 ALP-46A electric locomotives and 26 ALP-45DP dual-powered locomotives to NJ TRANSIT, the third largest transit system in the United States and the nation’s largest statewide public transportation system.
    The ALP-46A units will feature a number of technology upgrades along with improved acceleration and increased operating efficiency. The dual-powered units will be capable of operating under both diesel power and alternating current electric power from overhead sources --- a first in North America.
    Both types of locomotives are an evolution of service-proven ALP-46 electric locomotive technology in successful operation at NJ TRANSIT since 2002.
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  • MultiLevel Vehicles

    Client: NJ TRANSIT
    Rail Vehicles: MultiLevel Coaches
    Developed with extensive input from NJ TRANSIT customers and employees, the state-of-the-art, stainless steel MultiLevel coach offers new levels of capacity, comfort and convenience. The car is specially designed to meet the infrastructure constraints of certain rail networks, such as those posed by tunnels. NJ TRANSIT currently has more than 300 of these vehicles in service and an additional 100 vehicles on order as of September 2010.
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  • NJ TRANSIT RiverLINE

    Client: NJ TRANSIT
    Services: Turnkey
    Bombardier provides a turnkey solution for NJ TRANSIT’s RiverLINE service that includes operations, vehicle maintenance, dispatching, as well as maintenance of track, structures, communications and signaling.
  • Operations, materials, training services

    Client: Many
    Services: Varied
    Bombardier’s Services business in North America offers third party operations and maintenance; vehicle and component overhaul; materials solutions, including supply of after-market parts and inventory management services; and technology solutions such as eLearning to improve the accessibility of technical knowledge throughout transit agencies.
  • Maintenance services

    Client: Many
    Services: Maintenance
    - Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
    - South Florida Regional Transportation Authority
    - Southern California Regional Rail Authority
    - Sprinter service fleet at the North County Transit District in North San Diego County
  • INNOVIA Operations and Maintenance (O&M) services

    Client: Various
    Services: Operations, maintenance and technical support of driverless systems
    Bombardier provides operations and maintenance services to many customers across the United States. For more information on specific projects, please see the automated people mover (APM), advanced rapid transit (ART) and monorail system projects listed below.
  • Atlanta, Georgia

    System type: INNOVIA APM 100
    The INNOVIA APM 100 automated people mover system at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is one of the busiest and most complex systems of its kind in the world. Operating in an underground spine, the current fleet of 59 vehicles serve 16 stations.
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  • New York, New York

    System type: INNOVIA ART 200
    The INNOVIA ART 200 advanced rapid transit system at New York’s JFK International Airport provides an efficient connection between the airport and the city’s regional transit system, 24 hours a day. The fleet of 32 vehicles feature extra wide doors and luggage racks to accommodate airline passengers’ bags.
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  • Las Vegas, Nevada

    System type: INNOVIA Monorail 200
    Linking seven stations over 3.9 miles, the fleet of INNOVIA Monorail 200 four-car trains provides a quick and comfortable connection between the hotels, attractions and amenities situated just east of the famous Las Vegas Strip.
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  • Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

    System type: INNOVIA APM 200
    The INNOVIA APM 200 automated people mover system opened at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in May 2005. The 64 vehicles serve 10 stations on 5 miles of dual-lane elevated guideway.
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  • Denver, Colorado

    System type: INNOVIA APM 100
    The INNOVIA APM 100 automated people mover system is the nerve center of Denver International Airport. Its current fleet of 31 vehicles carries 12,000 passengers per hour per direction.
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  • Miami, Florida

    System type: INNOVIA APM 100
    When it opened in 1986, the Miami Metromover was the first urban people mover system in the USA. It covers a length of 4.4 mi. with a total fleet of 29 vehicles. In 2008, 12 new modern vehicles replaced the original cars.
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  • San Francisco, California

    System type: INNOVIA APM 100
    Opened in February 2003, the INNOVIA APM 100 automated people mover system at San Francisco International Airport connects three terminals with the international terminal. Known as SFO AirTrain system was the first system to feature the CITYFLO 650 communications-based train control technology.
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  • Seattle, Washington

    System type: INNOVIA APM 100
    The INNOVIA APM 100automated people mover system originally opened at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in 1973, but later received a system-wide upgrade that started service in May 2003 on the airport's North Loop Line and in November 2003 on the airport's South Loop and Shuttle Lines
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  • Tampa, Florida

    System type: INNOVIA APM 100
    When it opened in 1971, Tampa International Airport became the first airport to incorporate a fully automated people mover system. Currently, 16 INNOVIA APM 100 vehicles operate on four dual-lane shuttle systems, linking the landside terminal with the four airside satellites
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  • Phoenix, Arizona

    System type: INNOVIA APM 200
    The INNOVIA APM 200 automated people mover system at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in Arizona opened in April 2013. Known as PHX Sky Train®, this award-winning system carries 10,000 passengers every day.
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  • Sacramento, California

    System type: INNOVIA APM 100
    Operating as a dual-lane shuttle system, the INNOVIA APM 100 automated people mover system is the primary passenger connector between the new landside Central Terminal B and the airside concourse buildings at Sacramento International Airport. This driverless solution uses CITYFLO 650 automatic train control and covers 335m of track
  • Newark, New Jersey

    System type: INNOVIA Monorail 100
    The INNOVIA Monorail 100 system provides passengers with a critical link at Newark Liberty International Airport between regional public transit systems, three terminals, remote parking facilities and car rental facilities. Today, over 30,000 passengers ride AirTrain Newark to, from and around the airport each day.
  • Mass Transit Solutions – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Client: Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authorities
    Rail Control Solution: CITYFLO 450
    The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authorities (SEPTA) awarded Bombardier Transportation a contract for the in-house design, installation support and commissioning of a CITYFLO 450 solution for the loop under the city.
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  • Mass Transit Solutions – Houston, Texas

    Client: City of Houston Department of Aviation
    Rail Control Solution: CITYFLO 550
    In 2001 the City of Houston Department of Aviation awarded Bombardier Transportation the contract to supply a CITYFLO 550 solution for the George Bush International Airport expansion.
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  • Mass Transit Solutions – San Francisco, California

    Client: Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
    Rail Control Solution: CITYFLO 550
    Entering revenue service in June 2003, the BART extension project utilized CITYFLO 550 to provide connections between the existing BART system and San Francisco Airport.
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  • Mass Transit Solutions – Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

    Client: DFW Airport Board
    Rail Control Solution: CITYFLO 650
    The 64-vehicle SkyLink system, commissioned in April 2005, uses the Bombardier CITYFLO 650 solution. At 16 km long, this landmark system is the world's largest high-speed airport train system.
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  • Mass Transit Solutions – San Francisco, California

    Client: San Francisco Airports Commission
    Rail Control Solution: CITYFLO 650
    Officially opened in March 2003, the SFO AirTrain is an automated people mover system featuring the versatile CITYFLO 650 solution.
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  • Mass Transit Solutions – Seattle, Washington

    Client: Port of Seattle
    Rail Control Solution: CITYFLO 650
    The INNOVIA APM 100 system deploys CITYFLO 650 technology, a radio-based automatic train control (ATC) system with overlay capability. This feature enabled passenger service to be maintained throughout the overall replacement and upgrade program, which was completed more than a year ahead of schedule.
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