Since mid-September, the first Model 81-725.1/726.1/727.1 Baltiets eight-car unit is undergoing tests on the St. Peterburg metro network.
The first of Tyne and Wear Metro’s new trains have been built by Stadler and are about to enter a crucial period of testing.
The operator STASY, in charge of managing transport in the city of Athens, has selected CAF to refurbish 14 metro units that currently run on Line 1 of the Greek capital's metro system.
Just over two years since Stadler and Nexus signed the contract for 46 new trains for Tyne and Wear Metro, the manufacturing process is well under way and the process to build bogies will soon begin in earnest.
On 20 December 2021, Stadler started final assembly of the Tyne and Wear Metro’s first new train.