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Citadis tramways

Citadis tramways are suited to all urban environments, meeting the different expectations of passengers and cities, whether the requirement is for a new tramway network or the modernisation of existing networks.

Designing the city

Alstom has capitalised on its  expertise accumulated over 15 years — based on its observation of changing demand, dialogue with elected officials and customers and in-depth analysis of feedback from user communities – to offer the Citadis range, a benchmark in the tramway market. 

A standardised solution…

Citadis is built on a platform of thoroughly proven standardised components, delivering record availability while facilitating maintenance operations (up to 11% cost reduction).

…flexible…

The size of the tramsets can be tailored to operators’ needs: length from 24 to 44m, the number of modules from 3 to 7 and the width from 2.4m to 2.65m.

… and customisable

The tram’s external livery, nose and interior can be customised. Citadis tramways offer maximum comfort to passengers (accessibility, ergonomic seats, cosy materials, onboard passenger surveillance and information systems, double doors between the cars.

With or without catenaries

The Citadis can be equipped with several electric power systems. Alstom proposes APS*, its proven catenary-free solution and its full onboard autonomy management system, consisting of batteries and supercapacitors.

* APS - ground power supply, by the addition of a third rail, makes it possible to do away with overhead lines thereby preserving the city’s architectural heritage

Proven expertise

Alstom holds a strategic position in the tramway market with around 15 years of return on experience, more than 40 customers, over 1,750 Citadis trams sold and 1,500 tramways in revenue service throughout the world.

Tramways built around environmental and social concerns

  • Tramsets are up to 98% recyclable
  • A number of energy saving solutions and options are available in the form of permanent magnet motors, supercapacitors, Hesop reversible substations, etc
  • Visual pollution can be reduced thanks to the options for a personalised design and through APS technology
  • Noise  and energy consumption levels have been reduced to a minimum
  • Spacious interior circulation, low floors throughout and adapted information systems make the Citadis more accessible

Citadis Compact