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Montréal's Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT) ordered 22 Bombardier BiLevel coaches for the region's Montréal / Dorion-Rigaud commuter rail line.
Toronto's GO Transit interregional rail system serves the City of Toronto and surrounding areas, stretching 356 km (221 miles) and carrying nearly 27 million passengers a year. Bombardier Transportation is proud to have manufactured and supplied all of GO Transit's rail coaches, including Bombardier BiLevel vehicles.
The vehicles are similar to those already delivered by Bombardier for the Southern California "Metrolink" system, the North San Diego County "Coaster" service, the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority, Toronto "GO Transit", Vancouver "West Coast Express" and Northern California "ACE".
Double-deck coaches - Germany
The double-deck vehicles manufactured by Bombardier have been in service with DB AG for years on regional services. Since 1992, close to 1,000 vehicles have been delivered to DB AG. The double-deck driving coaches allow train consists to be used for push-pull operation. These modern vehicles offer travelers a high level of comfort with modern design, spacious passenger compartments, comfortable seats, air conditioning, a visual and acoustic passenger information system and speeds of up to 160 km/h. The double-deck coach is a further development of tried and tested vehicles. One of the key features is the increased number of windows with narrower pillars. This improves visibility and provides greater flexibility in terms of seating arrangements. The numerous innovations incorporated in the vehicle design include improved passenger entry points, particularly for wheelchair passengers (by reducing the ramp angle), greater legroom on the lower level, a newly designed luggage and coat rack system, plus a new lighting concept with individual seat lighting. Particular attention was placed on designing the vehicle to meet the needs of the disabled. This includes an automatically operated retractable ramp and space for wheelchairs in the vestibule wih direct access to the larger toilet.
Double-deck coaches - Israel
In August 1999, Bombardier Transportation was chosen by the Ports and Railway Authority-Israel Railways (Tel Aviv) to be the supplier of 4-car double-deck trains. A train consists of 3 trailer cars (TC) and 1 power car (PC). In composition with diesel-locomotives, these trains will then be used for the commuter service in the Tel Aviv suburbs and for regional traffic. With these double-deck trains, Israel Railways extends its fleet in the framework of the project "Railway 2000". A total of 14 trains will be delivered between mid-2001 and mid-2002.
In acquiring these double-deck trains, Israel Railways pays a vote of confidence to Bombardier's longstanding experience and know-how in the area of double-deck vehicles. As was successfully done in the past, numerous solutions of the previous double-deck concept were used again and partly further developed, e.g. certain characteristics like the aerodynamic shape of the head, the basic car layout, the high-quality interior design with carpeting on both floors of the passenger compartments, as well as the passenger information system (PIS). The train offers a very high seat capacity without the division into several classes. The powerful HVAC-system and the bogies with secondary air-suspension make for an excellent comfort level.
Double-deck coaches for DSB - Denmark
Bombardier Transportation has received an order from Porterbrook Leasing Company Ltd. for the delivery of 67 double-deck coaches intended for service on lines operated by the Danish State Railways. The contract covers the supply of ABs 7900 type double-deck driving cab coaches and both B 7700 and Bk 7800 type double-deck intermediate coaches. The coaches are designed for service speeds of up to 160 km/h and will pro-vide a significant increase in carrying capacity. The special equipment onboard and the modern exterior and interior design of the vehicles are intended to make regional and suburban services even more attractive for travellers and operators alike. The coaches are air-conditioned and feature multipurpose areas with plenty of room for bicycles, strollers and wheelchairs. A closed toilet system and vending machines in a number of intermediate coaches emphasize the high level of comfort provided by the latest gener-ation of double-deck coaches.
Double-deck Electric Multiple Units - Netherlands
Bombardier Transportation has received an order from Netherlands Railways (NS Reizigers) for the delivery of 127 double-deck EMUs. The contract specifies 13 four-car and 33 six-car trainsets, plus 128 VIRM double-deck intermediate coaches (Verlengd InterRegio Materieel), which will be used to expand the current fleet of 81 IRM vehicles (InterRegio Materieel).
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