Alstom has been awarded by National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) a contract worth €15 million to provide a signalling system to equip the new maintenance depot of the Cairo metro line 1. The solution will be deployed in the course of 2017.
This is part of NAT's project to upgrade its metro line 1 built in 1989 which is the backbone of the Greater Cairo underground metro network. The line ridership is 2 million passengers per day.
Alstom will provide the computer-based interlocking (CBI) system which will guarantee the safety of the trains while moving in the depot. Alstom will also supply SCADA for traffic and traction, and telecommunications equipment that will provide fire detection, sound equipment, and phone and CCTV services.
This follows two contracts awarded this year by NAT to Alstom for the supply of signalling and infrastructure solutions for Phase 3 and 4A of line 3 of the Cairo metro.
About Alstom Transport
A promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom Transport develops and markets the most complete range of systems, equipment and services in the railway sector. Alstom Transport manages entire transport systems, including trains, signalling, maintenance and modernisation, infrastructure and offers integrated solutions. Alstom Transport had sales of €6.2 billion and booked €10 billion of orders in the fiscal year 2014/15. Alstom Transport is present in over 60 countries and employs around 28,000 people
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