- €910 million framework agreement: 150 regional trains + maintenance
- Coradia Stream: State-of-the-art electric multiple unit
- ERTMS onboard: the highest European safety standard
6 August 2021 – Alstom has been awarded a framework contract to supply Trenitalia with 150 Coradia Stream regional trains for a total value of around €910 million.
The trains will have a maximum speed of 160 km/h and will be equipped with state-of-the-art onboard equipment that ensures the highest levels of safety and first-rate passenger experience.
“This agreement confirms the know-how and experience of Alstom, which provides state-of-the-art trains and railway technologies that are used around the world. This new generation of trains represents the future of Italian regional rail transport. We are proud to give impetus to a passenger-focused vision of green regional transport, in line with national objectives on the ecological transition,” said Michele Viale, General Manager of Alstom Italy.
“This agreement confirms the know-how and experience of Alstom, which provides state-of-the-art trains and railway technologies that are used around the world. This new generation of trains represents the future of Italian regional rail transport.” – Michele Viale, General Manager of Alstom Italy
The Coradia Stream for Trenitalia are single-deck, bi-directional, 3kV electric trainsets. The trains will also be equipped with onboard ERTMS, guaranteeing the highest European safety standards. They will boast high levels of energy efficiency and recyclability.
Features for passengers include stations for transporting bicycles – including electric bikes. Accessibility is maximised with sliding steps.
Coradia Stream is range of state-of-the-art, low-floor, high-performance electric multiple units (EMU) for regional and intercity lines. Coradia Stream offers a modular design to allow operators to choose the configuration that addresses their needs. Coradia Stream also offers emission-free traction solutions for non-electrified lines
The Coradia Stream for Trenitalia are designed and will be built in Italy at Alstom’s sites in Savigliano, Sesto San Giovanni and Bologna.