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In December 2020, the SECO signed an agreement with the Ukrainian city of Vinnytsia under which Switzerland will supply 35 Tram 2000 cars from VBZ to Vinnytskiy Tramvay.
In March 2023 eight Type K1T trams built by the Odessa-based company Tatra-Yug have started running in Kiev.
On 20 March 2023 the CAF Group announced that it has won two new orders to supply Urbos trams for a combined value of over 100 million EUR.
On 15 March 2023 the first of Twist trams built by PESA for Craiova started passenger service.
The development of the Western Sydney metropolitan area is a major concern of the government of New South Wales, Australia.
18 February 2023 saw the commercial launch of the two tramway lines in Mostaganem, Algeria.
On 20 December 2018, WLB (Wiener Lokalbahnen) awarded Bombardier Transportation an order for 18 Type TW500 FLEXITY LRVs for Badner Bahn, the first of which entered service in late December 2022.
On 6 December 2022, in Łódź was taken the presentation of the first five-section Moderus Gamma LF 06 AC tram.
On 16 December 2022, a contract for the supply of 13 three-car Type K1T306 trams was signed between Odesmiskelektrotrans and the consortium chaired by TATRA-YUG.
Shortly before Christmas, VAG Nürnberg starts passenger service with its new tram.
On 16 December 2022, following the tender award decision in October, the Dutch public transport company HTM of Den Haag and Stadler signed the contract for 56 new TINA trams with an option for further vehicles
This was the second time that ŽĎAS has participated at InnoTrans as an exhibitor.
Following the awarding of the contract in the summer of 2022, TPG and Stadler signed on 12 December 2022 a contract for the delivery of 38 TRAMLINKs.
The Cottbusverkehr GmbH (CV), which signed a contract with the Škoda Group for the delivery of seven trams in 2021, decided to exercise its option and ordered 15 more of these ForCity Plus three-car unidirectional vehicles on 7 December 2022.
In June 2021 Metro de Málaga awarded CAF a contract for four more five-car Urbos 3 low floor trams.