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The commitment includes €15m from the state’s air pollution control fund and €10m from the Municipal Transport Financing Act.
The grants will cover around 25% of the cost of new articulated trains for U-Bahn Line U1 and around 40% of the cost of an initial order for 12 new-generation trams.
Earlier this year VAG exercised an option for seven additional G1 U-Bahn trains from Siemens for Line U1, taking the total number of trains on order to 34.
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