Bombardier launches Flexity 2

Grantham, Andrew
October 2011
Railway Gazette International;Oct2011, Vol. 167 Issue 10, p82
Trade Publication
The article announces Bombadier Transportation's launching of the first of its Flexity 2 trams in the British seaside town of Blackpool on September 9, 2011. The low-floor tram is the first of 16 ordered by Blackpool Council in 2009 as part of the revival of the town's 125-year old tramway. The features of Flexity 2 trams and the cost of the vehicles are also highlighted.


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