Bombardier Transportation has established a wholly-owned subsidiary in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and is fully committed to building a strong local skill base. Bombardier is helping deliver the Riyadh metro as part of the ArRiyadh New Mobility consortium, the fully automated, driverless INNOVIA Monorail 300 system for the King Abdullah Financial District, the turnkey INNOVIA APM 300 automated people mover system at the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, and for the 450 km Haramain high-speed rail line between Mecca and Medina, Bombardier is supplying Talgo with the MITRAC 3000 propulsion equipment and FLEXX high speed bogies for the power-heads of the 35 very high speed trains which are currently under construction.
Bombardier Transportation is delivering the fully automated INNOVIA Monorail 300 system for the new King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The new urban centre will be an eco-friendly, car-free oasis in the capital city of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The 3.6 km circulator system will connect six stations, and the six 2-car driverless INNOVIA Monorail 300 trains are equipped with CITYFLO 650 automatic train control technology, which allows for shorter wait-times in stations and higher service levels. Bombardier is a subcontractor to Saudi Oger, the leading Saudi Arabian construction company who has the contract for the full turnkey construction of the new system. Bombardier’s scope includes supplying, installing, operating and maintaining the complete system. Bombardier is delivering 47 Trains (94 cars) based on INNOVIA 300 Platform for Metro Orange Line as part of the ArRiyadh New Mobility consortium. The first train was delivered in November 2016 and the project is currently in the testing and commissioning phase.
Bombardier Transportation is supplying FLEXX power bogies and MITRAC high power propulsion equipment to Talgo for the Haramain High Speed Train project connecting Madinah and Makkah.
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