FLEXITY E-Class tram are "Made in Melbourne for Melbourne” with 50%+ Local Content achieved. Melbourne’s tram network is a famous and iconic symbol of the city and one of the largest tram networks in the world.
Bombardier is supplying 70 new FLEXITY low floor vehicles that were specially designed for excellent performance in Melbourne's climate and operate on its existing rail infrastructure.
VLocity Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU) trains are “Made in Victoria for Victoria” with 66.5% Local Content achieved. Serving the State of Victoria since 2005, VLocity DMU trains offer passengers a quick, comfortable and proven mobility solution.
Built locally in Dandenong, these trains operate at a maximum speed of 160 km/h, and were designed to address emerging passenger trends, safety standards and performance requirements. The VLocity DMUs maintain a high rate of availability, which ensures highly efficient rail service.
Bombardier is building the Queensland New Generation Rollingstock (NGR) PPP Project for Queensland Rail (QR). 75 new electrical multiple unit (EMU) trains will operate across the entire South East Queensland rail network, which covers more than 800 km.
All commuters will experience increased availability, capacity, comfort and safety including enhanced security, wifi, air conditioning and accessible toilet facilities. The project includes a custom built maintenance facility in Wulkuraka, Ipswich to service the EMU’s over the next 30+ years.
Bombardier is delivering 18 low-floor FLEXITY vehicles for the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, that will move over six and a half million in the first year of passenger service.
The Gold Coast tram has been specifically styled by Bombardier’s industrial design team in Brisbane to include a wave motif on the cab front. The tram is 43.4 m long with seven modules for higher capacity and better passenger flow. Connecting 16 stations, the 13 km route passes through many of the city’s key activity centres.
Adelaide A-City Electrical Multiple Unit (EMU) trains were built in Victoria for South Australia with 68%+ Local Content achieved. Bombardier is also providing full fleet maintenance of 70 DMU cars, 22 x 3 Adelaide A-City EMUs, as well as cleaning and facility maintenance.
Bombardier designed and performed a midlife refurbishment of the passenger environment, including a digital communications system.
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Australians place high value on local content, employment and opportunity. We have a strong long-term partnership with more than 1,500 Australian suppliers, with a commitment to growing this footprint. This healthy supply chain plays a significant role in our ability to contribute towards growing the rail and manufacturing industry across Australia.
The Victorian Government are working with major rolling stock manufacturers in an Interactive Development Process (IDP) to develop technical proposals for a Next Generation Trams (NGT) that will fit the requirements of the Melbourne network. The NGTs will replace over 60% of the overall Melbourne tram fleet by 2032 and cater for Melbourne’s future transportation needs.
The NGTs will be fully accessible and include on board energy storage, reducing the need for power upgrades. Local content is an important part of the process with a target of over 60%.