Friday, 15 June 2018

East Yorkshire factory wins £1.5bn contract to build new Tube trains for London Underground




An East Yorkshire factory has won a £1.5bn contract to build new Tube trains for London Underground.

 
Transport for London (TfL) said the 94 trains will be designed and built by Siemens Mobility at its planned £200m facility in Goole.


The new trains are expected to start running on the Piccadilly Line from 2023.


Siemens Mobility's chief executive Sabrina Soussan said she was "thrilled by today's announcement".







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