Siemens Mobility lands £1.5bn TfL contract to design and make new Piccadilly Line trains

Jun 18, 2018 · cityam.com

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Transport for London (TfL) has announced that Siemens Mobility has landed a £1.5bn contract to design and build the next generation of Tube trains for the Piccadilly Line.

The capital's transport body said 22 UK suppliers had been identified in the bid to potentially work with Siemens Mobility on the build of the trains.

The order marks the first under the bumper deep Tube upgrade programme involving upgrades for four lines - the Bakerloo, Central, Waterloo & City and Piccadilly - and will involve the replacement of the entire 1970s Piccadilly Line fleet.

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