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City Circle Tram
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The E-Class tram has arrived on Route 86
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Yarra Trams French parent company will operate the metro rail
system for nine million people in India's sixth largest city from
Keolis has been chosen to operate and maintain the three line,
71 kilometre above ground train system in Hyderabad. There will be
57 trains servicing 66 stations and 2000 employees will be hired
and trained locally.
The Hyderabad Metro will be completely automatic and during the
construction phase Keolis will consult with the firm building the
network to assist them with reviewing the system design and
preparing it for full service from early 2015.
Five companies bid for the right to operate the system and
Keolis was successful against RATP/Veolia, Serco, MTR and SMRT. The
contract is for an initial eight years.
Keolis owns 51% of KDR Yarra Trams with the remainder held by
Downer EDI. The group operates public transport networks in
Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Portugal,
Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.
KDR is part of the consortium building the new GoldlinQ light rail
system on Queensland's Gold Coast.
To learn more about the world of Keolis visit keolis.com