On 3 January 2024 Alstom signed a more than 500 million EUR contract with The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) for AlUla's pioneering battery-powered tramway - the world's longest catenary-free line.
The Lille European Metropolitan Area has chosen Alstom to supply its new trams to replace existing rolling stock on the historic ‘Mongy’ line, which links the cities of Lille, Roubaix and Tourcoing.
On 26 August 2023, a new tram line was inaugurated in Utsunomia. It is the first new tram system in the country since 1948. The service is provided by 51 three-section, 29.52 m long, bi-directional articulated HU300 'Lightline' trams.
On 18 July 2023 Škoda Group announced that it will participate in the delivery of new Alstom-built Flexity 2 trams to Melbourne.
Toulouse Métropole and Tisséo (the transport authority of Toulouse), Brest Métropole (the transport authority of Brest) as well as Grand Besançon Métropole and Ginko (the transport authority of Besançon) have chosen Alstom for the acquisition of new generation trams. The group awarded Alstom with a frame agreement of eight years, including a minimum order of 22 trams.