Spanish will supply trains for the Oslo metro


The Spanish company CAF has signed a contract to supply trains for the Oslo metro totaling 150 million euros, this is reported by the railway transport news portal Railway Supply.

The new trains, specifically designed for the Norwegian capital, will be equipped with everything necessary to operate in harsh weather conditions.

The public transport operator Oslo Sporveien has ordered 20 trains with the option to purchase an additional 90.

The three-car, double-sided trains will be used on the T-Bane network and will be adapted based on the INNEO CAF platform, taking into account the city’s climate characteristics.

The contract includes spare parts and provisions for equipping the rolling stock with motor bogies and onboard batteries.

CAF is also prepared to ensure the readiness of the trains for full automation for autonomous driving in the future.

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