Alstom to signal three driverless Mumbai metro lines
INDIA: Project promoter Delhi Metro Rail Corp has awarded Alstom a contract to supply signalling and telecoms for Mumbai metro lines 2A, 2B and 7.
Alstom will supply its Urbalis 400 CBTC equipment to support driverless operation. This will include both wayside and onboard equipment for the 63 six-car trainsets that BEML is supplying to operate the three routes.
Alstom will also supply communications equipment including public address and passenger information systems with optic fibre transmission, CCTV and access control systems.
Line 2A will run 18·5 km south from Dahisar to DN Nagar, serving 17 stations. Line 2B will run from DN Nagar to Mankhurd via Bandra. Line 7 will link Dahisar East with Andheri East on a 16·5 km alignment with 16 stations.
- Maha Metro Rail Corp has awarded Alstom a contract to supply CBTC signalling for Pune metro lines 1 and 2. Line 1 will connect PCMC and Swargate on a 16·6 km alignment with five underground and nine elevated stations. The 14·7 km elevated Line 2 will run from Vanaz to Ramwadi, serving 16 stations. CRRC is supplying a fleet of 31 trains to run on both lines.