Pre-series Avanto starts test running

Hondius, Harry
June 2005
Railway Gazette International;Jun2005, Vol. 161 Issue 6, p317
Trade Publication
The article reports on the test run of the 15 dual-system Avanto low-floor light rail vehicles (LRV) ordered by French National Railways in 2002 at the Siemens center in Wegberg-Wildenrath in January 2005. The features and functionality of the Avanto LRV are explained. It discusses the assembling process adopted for the LRV.


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